Where the Rhododendron Grow by Phillip Philbeck


. Giclee on Canvas - Artist Proof
Dimensions: 36 x 48
Release Date: 8-2011
Code: PPH011GIAPR3648
Edition Size: 15
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. Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered
Dimensions: 36 x 48
Release Date: 8-2011
Code: PPH011GISNU3648
Edition Size: 95
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. Giclee on Canvas - Artist Proof
Dimensions: 30 x 40
Release Date: 8-2011
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. Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered
Dimensions: 30 x 40
Release Date: 8-2011
Code: PPH011GISNU3040
Edition Size: 250
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. Giclee on Paper - Artist Proof
Dimensions: 18 x 24
Release Date: 8-2011
Code: PPH011GPAPR1824
Edition Size: 25
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. Giclee on Paper - Signed & Numbered
Dimensions: 18 x 24
Release Date: 8-2011
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Phillip Philbeck creates some of the most beautiful landscape paintings in the art world.  "Where the Rhododendron Grow" offers a lush mountain scene bursting with colorful blooms.  As the sun shines through magnificent, billowing clouds, the land is alive with all the amazing beauty that is nature.  Can't you just imagine the delightful scent from all of these wonderful flowers?

About The Artist



North Carolina is the home of renowned landscape painter Phillip Philbeck.His subjects, mountains, rolling piedmont, and coastal views, hold great appeal with magnificent vistas, wide sandy shores, wonderful spring and fall foliage. Born in Washington, D.C., but a resident since very early childhood and presently living in rural Rutherford County, the artist enjoys the surroundings in which he grew up and is inspired to paint its farms, streams, ponds, coast or anything to which he feels an emotional attachment.Painting from his comfortable studio in his home, the artist only has to venture outside to find inspiration for his next landscape.

Philbeck’s canvases reveal his immense talent in a profusion of details, and he is especially known for the skies in his images."The sky sets the basic tone for my landscapes,” states the artist.Textures, shapes, and contrasts derived from many of nature’s wonders are painted in vibrant colors; with interesting juxtaposition, the artist bathes his scenes in a dramatic light and atmosphere.Although Philbeck very much admires realism, he has a tendency toward the romantic, emotional types of images such as the Hudson River School brought forth.

Growing up, the artist drew and painted whenever he could.With a heritage of an artistic and creative family, Philbeck’s father, who also painted, encouraged his son and nurtured the budding artist’s talents.Although basically self-taught, young Philbeck attended college where he was mentored by instructors who saw a passion and talent that they encouraged the artist to pursue.At the age of only 24, Philbeck began publishing limited edition prints, with many releases having sold out.

Philbeck has a natural attraction to familiar places and things.He recalls fondly exploring the wooded landscapes of neighboring hills and mountains of his childhood, and he puts these many memories on his canvases.The artist’s greatest enjoyment comes from knowing that viewers can relate to his paintings or be taken back to a time when nature was a new, awe-inspiring adventure.

When he is not painting, Philbeck enjoys constructing his own stretchers for his canvases and also possesses the talent to create frames for some of his paintings.The artist sometimes enjoys relaxing moments creating music with his guitar.

Join Phillip Philbeck in appreciating all that nature offers.Come to the mountains and piedmont and enjoy the spring and the fall. Take in the glorious coastlines. And all other times when the landscape blooms anew or when the fall colors take your breath away or the smell the salt air brought by gentle breezes from the ocean.Take in the beautiful landscapes created by this very talented artist.

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