Stop and gaze a while.
Stoop to take a closer look.
Behold priceless gifts.
Sois plus attentif
aux merveilles quotidiennes.
Elles confient la paix.
Isaiah/Ésaïe 43 : 18-19
Walking quickly by we miss the important things in life. A slower pace, beaching combing life, affords many riches.
Les plages de l’île de Vancouver offrent un univers au-delà de l’ordinaire. L’exploration ouvre nos cœurs au divin.
|Exhibitions:||The Nature Trust of British Columbia - Artist of the Year Exhibition 2021 , 2020 Social Distancing Exhibition|
|Technique:||Mixed Media on Canvas|
|Styles:||Abstract, Fine Art, Figurative, Modern|
|Contents:||Neomosaicpainting, Semiabstractlandscape, Mixedmediaoncanvas, Seascape, Figures, People, Innerjourney, Beautifulbritishcolumbia, Landscape, Nature, Seascape|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||40in x 40in x 2in|
Karen attended Julian Ashton Art School before finishing an Honours French Degree from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia and a Professional A Teaching Certificate from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 2016 she helped organize the collective “Devenir”. Her work forms part of collections internationally.
"We live in a fractured world. This chaos is evident in my work. In between the rivulets of paint and the textural accidents I choose colours and forms to suggest a landscape where beauty continues to reign. She is essential to the survival of humanity."