I painted this watercolor of a double rainbow a couple summers ago from a photo I took. A storm had just passed and the late afternoon sun lit up a large Colorado rock formation making it appear to glow. Tall pine trees in the foreground with a distant hillside.
My sister was visiting that summer and she dubbed her visit “The Summer of Rainbows.” We had so many storms that week that produced many beautiful double rainbows.
Did you know, the colors of a double rainbow are reversed in the second rainbow? And the sky below the front rainbow is lighter underneath it!
Watercolor painting on 140# Arches cotton paper using Daniel Smith professional watercolor paints.
Original Painting Size: 11″ x 14″ unframed
Original Art Price: $225
Includes an 16″ x 20″ single white mat with backing board packaged in an acid free clear protective sleeve. Frame is not included.
Artwork is shipped via USPS in sturdy packaging. Shipping is not included in the price and will be determined upon purchase.
Colors may look different on your device. Framed images and wall background colors are just to give the viewer an idea of how it will look in a black frame on a wall.