Posts Tagged "Landscape Painting"

5 More Magical Dragonflies

More magical dragonflies. These are some Canadian varieties. Acrylic on Canvas 4 paintings are 5 x 7  inches, 1 is 6 x 6 inches- all unframed 3688 – Dragonfly #1 (4 Spotted Skimmer) 3689 – Dragonfly #5 (Variable Darner) SOLD 3690 – Dragonfly #6 (4-Spotted Skimmer Calico Pennant)  SOLD 3691 – Dragonfly #7 (Calico Pennant) SOLD 3692 – Dragonfly #8  (Common Green Garner) SOLD Share and Enjoy...

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3682 – Tyler’s & Jessica’s Farmhouse

3682 –  Tyler’s & Jessica’s Farmhouse 20 x 30 inches, framed Oil on Canvas PRIVATE COMMISSION As an engagement gift for my grandson, I painted the farmhouse where he and his wife are now living. I wanted to capture not only the house but also the field of soy beans so critical to their livelihood. The reference photo used for the painting was taken by me on the weekend of their wedding in 2014. Share and Enjoy...

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3681 – Forest in Transition

3681 –  Forest in Transition 20 x 30 inches, framed Acrylic on Canvas   In Muskoka, Cedars grow in abundance. When they age-out and fall to the ground, the remaining stumps continue to decay as they provide nutrients to feed tree saplings that shoot up around them. But before this transition occurs, they create magical structures that stir my imagination. I visualize a kingdom of elfin creatures living within these moss-covered towers of greying wood. The photos I took of these natural architectural wonders served as my inspiration.   Share and Enjoy...

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3669 – View from Window #2

3669 –  View from Window #2 Acrylic on Canvas 12 x 12 inches, unframed SOLD This simple octagon window looks out on the season. I used it to capture both real and imagined scenes beyond. The neighbour’s yard, partially imagined during a bright summer day Share and Enjoy...

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3677 – Reflecting Pool #2

3677 – Reflecting Pool #2 14 x 16 inches, Framed Oil on Wood Panel Above Wilson Falls a small area of the Muskoka River pools.At times it offers quiet reflections of the woods around; at others the water churns up as waves enter and return to the river again.This is my second interpretation of the same scene. The original was completed in acrylic. I found oil to be a better medium for bringing out the movement of the water. Share and Enjoy...

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