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Stopping in the Snow Storm

Stopping in the Snow Storm

David Good Victoria, BC


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About the Artwork

As a plein air painter I paint in all kinds of weather. This painting, which I did in my studio, conveys the memory of what I felt when caught, en plein air, in a sudden snow storm on Johnson Street in Victoria.

This artwork exhibits online-only as a recognized artwork. Within our organization, recognized artwork has met the standards required to participate in our exhibitions. However, due to the volume of successful submissions to this exhibition, we can't fit all pieces in our in-gallery exhibition! This feature is qualifying towards Signature Status with the Federation of Canadian Artists.

Date:March 2020
Technique:OIl on Panel
Contents:Car, Transportation, Vehicle, Automobile, Outdoors, Snow, Blizzard, Winter, Storm, Ice, Cityscape
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Framed Size:15in x 19in
Unframed Size:12in x 16in
Weight:5.0 lb
Shipping & Purchase
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
Standard shipping is via Canada Post ground. Typically, packages sent within Canada are received in 5-12 days. For expedited shipping, please contact us for a quote.
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David Good

Victoria, British Columbia

The great thing about plein air painting is the freedom it provides – the opportunity to find inspiration in what I see and feel, to cultivate the discipline and apply my skills and to share this experience with others. It is deeply personal but also a social responsibility.

"I want to ground the viewer, at least metaphorically, and at the same time transport the viewer to another place that feels real and familiar but also spiritual and mystic. I want viewers to have their feet on the ground but their heads in the sky."

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