Into the Mystic
Not For Sale
When I painted 'Into the Mystic' I wanted to create the whole forest by only painting the abstract shapes that formed the random patterns of the trees and wild grasses.
When looking closely at the details of the painting it is abstract, but standing back you see the whole forest… The apparent random chaos of nature becoming form... The real from the abstract.
I used a limited palette of greys, white, and black giving it a mystical quality and enhancing the tones and shapes in the painting.
|Technique:||Oil on Canvas|
|Styles:||Abstract, Fine Art, Realism|
|Contents:||Forest, Landscape, Fantasy, Plant, Vegetation, Outdoors, Woodland, Nature|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||60in x 48in|
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Canadian artist Anne Gudrun has always been fascinated by how colours and shapes define the essence and personality of things. Her paintings reflect the beauty of nature with bold vibrancy and an innate sense of design.
"As a young girl I read stories of fairy-tale forests, trolls, myths and magic. It’s a world of wonder, adventure, mystery and transformation and it’s that world I want to re-create through my art, opening a doorway to a more brilliant reality."