"Larch Paradise" was inspired by a hike at Pocaterra Mountain, AB, Canada. It was a beautiful fall hike that went well into the late hours of the afternoon. The light was perfect to showcase the larches display of warm colors between the dark green pines.
Painted on a cradled birch wood panel (profile) pretreated with PVA glue and oil ground. The painting is ready to hang.
|Technique:||Oil on Cradled Wood Panel|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||40in x 30in|
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”."