Not For Sale
It’s hard to think of a more iconic image of the Montreal waterfront from either side of the St. Lawrence River than the Farine Five Roses sign. Anyone who has lived in the city from the 1940s on instantly recognizes it as a landmark in the Old Port.
|Technique:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||48in x 40in|
Carol Loeb, SFCA
Collectively, Carol’s work is a contrast of the engineered or built environment to the wilderness. She works mainly in acrylics, usually blocking in dark and mid-tone areas first then adding thin layers of saturated colour to create luminosity and depth. The resulting realism goes beyond photographic representation of place.
"To capture these emotive qualities of the subject and have the image go beyond the purely representational, I often use contrasting saturated, complimentary colours to create a vibrancy and emphasis that goes beyond the pretty picture."