The inspiration for this paining came from a little creek we found looking for the parking lot after our hike on Mt. Pocaterra, AB. I loved how the shallow water reflected the sky.
Oil on oil ground-prepared cradled birch panel , painted using palette knifes. Protected with good quality varnish to protect it from the elements and can be cleaned with a soft cloth. The sides have been tinted and it is framed with a black floating frame and ready to hang.
|Technique:||Oil on Cradled Wood Panel|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||14in x 14in|
|Unframed Size:||12in x 12in|
My paintings start with a pull of attraction to an everyday object or landscape because of the light, or even my feelings that day. To achieve my painting language, I use oil paints in a very empirical way producing work that is one of a kind.
"“The intention with my paintings is to make you “feel” as if you were there, to be aware of the
breeze or the warmth of the sun”."