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Nathaniel Skousen Waterhouse Gallery
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Tying the Ribbon
30 x 20 Oil

 

Ballerina Portrait
20 x 16 Oil

 

Barre
20 x 16 Oil
   

 

Graceful
24 x 20 Oil
SOLD

Down the Rabbit Hole
16 x 20 Oil

 

Back Lit
20 x 16 Oil
SOLD
     

 

Passing Seasons
36 x 24 Oil
SOLD

 

Alla Prima
16 x 20 Oil
SOLD 

A Rose, A Thorn
16 x 12 Oil
SOLD 
     

 

The Oil Lamp
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

Perry
16 x 20 Oil
SOLD

Barn Light
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

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 Nathaniel Skousen

Nathaniel Skousen resides in Snohomish, Washington a small town about an hour from Seattle. He lives in a 1920?s farmhouse surrounded by horses, deep mossy forests, and rustic barns that continuously feed his artistic imagination. Nathaniel is often found painting the beauty of the surrounding mountains and rivers. He enjoys hiking and fly fishing in high mountain destinations as well. While fly-sishing is one of his favorite past times, his mind is continuously drawn to the pursuit of a perfect painting.

Nathaniel was trained in portraiture in college, and sought to learn anatomy from life. He spent many hours drawing cadavers and studying anatomy and physiology. It was while he was presenting some of his cadaver sketches to a class that he first saw his future wife.

Nathaniel found many useful teachers that guided him in understanding of many painting fundamentals. It has been his relentless study of master artists’ painting videos, however, that has further inspired him to paint emotion, mystery, and intrigue.
 
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