After the Fire
My subject here is the multitude of mosses and plant-life that regenerates under the canopy after a forest fire. This is part of the cycle of a natural forest, not one that has been stripped and replanted. Through mark making, I created the effect of an old forest fire, needled ground, and new growth under surviving trees. I have walked this line between the charred and the green, in Northwestern Ontario's forest.
|Exhibition:||2022 Landscapes Exhibition|
|Technique:||Acrylic on Panel|
|Styles:||Fine Art, Conceptual, Modern|
|Contents:||Tree, Moss, Outdoors, Land, Vegetation, Scenery, Fire, Forest, Landscape, Nature, Landscape|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||24in x 24in x 1.5in|
Jennifer Caie, AFCA
The Canadian wild places are Jennifer Caie's subjects in painting. Her artwork is created as a direct result of time spent in Dryden, Ontario's wilderness. She also finds a deep connection while hiking the Canadian coastal regions. “Really anything that reveals the effect of wind on the land."
""On the water, or in the water”
This should be written on the transom over every one of our doors!
I do appreciate water in every form, whether frozen or fluid."