Rather Be Fishing
This streetcorner fish vendor in a busy, grimy section of Alexandria caught my interest. Low rays spotlit the figure and caught the delicate pink shimmer of the fish, casting a pattern of beautiful long shadows. The rickety, well-used crates glowed golden while the man and his depleted stock suggest several interpretations, which I think add to the enjoyment of a painting long after you first encounter it.
|Technique:||Acrylic & Oil on Cradled Panel|
|Contents:||Adult, Male, Man, Person, Face, Head, Senior Citizen, Sitting, Clothing, Turban, Photography, Portrait, Animal|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||24in x 30in|
Jennifer Heine, SFCA
Richmond, British Columbia
Inspired by the hunt for unexpected beauty in the everyday, Jennifer is a award-winning artist from a family of accomplished professional artists. Over the past three decades she has earned recognition, an international following and elected membership with both the FCA and SCA.
"I strive to give permanent form to fleeting moments of grace. Favouring organic subjects, I enjoy exploring the idiosyncrasies that distinguish an individual. My devotion to studying the specific character of light and and its ability of light to transmute the quotidien into something remarkable remains constant throughout."