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John Paul Braman

"Hope in Tomorrow"

"The Secert Way"


"Song Within"

"Fountain of Hope"

"In the Light"

"Dawn's Light"

"Floating Dream"

"Walking with the Greats"

"Tomorrows Dreams"

"Summer Dreams"

"Stand Strong"

"Caught in the Moment"

"Meadow of Big Sur"

"Monastery Beach"

"Cottage by the Sea"

"Hope in Tomorrow"

"Impressions of Autumn"

"Shasta and the Dawn"

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Additional art is available from this artist.
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John Paul Braman



John Paul (Jack) Braman's Paintings of the landscape are more than a representation of the visual beauty, they express the emotional and spiritual relationship he feels for the landscape.

    As often as possible, Jack loads his backpack with a sketchpad, pencils, a few paints, and his camera and ventures out into the wilderness to reignite his passion, and expand on his interrelationship with the landscape.

      As Jack hikes further from the confusions of civilization, and deeper into the natural world where the simplicity of life is realized and transitions are subtle, all that becomes important is what is experienced along the path. The mind, tranquilized by the serene sounds, travels to deeper thoughts. The heart, pierced by the beauty, fills with emotions. The soul, humbled by the realities of God's creations, celebrates. And for a time, the mind, the heart, and the soul dance as one.

     Not all of Jack's time exploring the landscape is in poetic bliss. Numerous hours are spent painfully traversing hillsides, maneuvering his way along creeks where there are no trails, and struggling with the elements.

     Whatever pains are experienced, they are overpowered by his quest for a better understanding of the light, shapes, and colors that collectively provide each landscape with a unique character.

     Whether Jack is out with the landscape or in the solitude of his studio, he paints with a non-compromising determination to deliver paintings that are structurally sound, color accurate, and compositionally pleasing. Jack paints with more than knowledge and understanding. He paints with emotions that give his paintings life, and a spiritual gratitude that endows his paintings with significance.



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