Red Onions At Isabelle Farm


2017 Oil Pastel on Burlap by Megan Morgan

Custom order Megan’s Red Onions At Isablle Farm oil pastel on burlap organic produce art print – choose from paper or gallery wrapped canvas prints with professional printing by DuraPlaq (Longmont, Colorado). Custom orders ship within 10-14 days. Paper prints ship rolled within a protective cardboard postal tube.

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Megan’s organic produce art print, Red Onions At Isabelle Farm, features a bountiful display of organic red onions within the Isabelle Farm Store in Lafayette, Colorado. Our family loves an excursion to the Isablle Farm Stand to purchase fresh organic produce – as well as small-batch jams, preserves, and breads. Their farm stand resides within a beautiful large wood barn with a few vintage tractors and farm pickups for display.

Red Onions At Isabelle Farm is Megan’s largest oil pastel on burlap artwork created to date at 36″ W x 48″ H. Creating the original artwork at this scale using oil pastel on a stretched burlap canvas was a major undertaking as Megan built many color base layers comprising the final artwork presentation. Red Onions at Isablle Farm is a remarkable accomplishment – receiving appraise and appreciation at every gallery show.

Jump to the Fine Artwork website for additional inspiraiton and details for Megan’s Red Onions At Isabelle Farm 2017 original fine artwork. Red Onions At Isabelle Farm 2017 sold to a private collector April 2021.

Our family loves visiting the Isabelle Farm Stand in Lafayette, Colorado through the Spring-Fall growing season. We frequently ride our townie bikes on the path surrounding Waneka Lake next to their organic produce fields. Be sure to stop in at Isabelle Farm Stand to see the inspiration for this oil pastel on burlap artwork by Megan Morgan.

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Small Paper Print (11×14), Large Paper Print (18×24), Wrapped Canvas Print (24×36)


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