This summer I received a box of the most delicious peaches in the world, from the Okanagan B.C. I sat the peach box on the table and noticed the peaches were all bathing in the brightly sun light. Immediately my heart started to pound with the affinity of the colours of beautiful fresh peaches and their organic shapes and continuity of spheres.
I immediately grabbed my canvas and started painting .
|Technique:||Oil on Canvas|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||18.75in x 24.75in|
|Unframed Size:||24in x 18in|
Inoka Manori LaVallee
Surrey, British Columbia
I was schooled in the tradition of the old masters, undertaking intensive study of their techniques and methods. As a student I had access to some of the world's greatest art, found in the Pushkin Museum and The Hermitage.
""I love colour and its life within light and shadow," "The memory of colour stays with me as I paint." "For me, the world presents endless possibilities--whether it be landscape, portraiture, or still life." My strongest desire is to feel the painting."