Loosely referencing a Mayne Island farm, this painting of west coast fog stirs our imagination. There is a sense that if we look away the fog will have enveloped the whole scene leaving us with only grey shadows of shapes. The distant ferry whistle might sound as it enters Active Pass and we will peer into the place that was visible only seconds before, waiting.
The painting is oil on gessobord with a two-inch wood cradle. No frame is necessary. The hanging wire is attached and it is ready to place on the wall.
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6 thoughts on “Farm In Fog – pastoral landscape painting”
I love this painting!
I know you do Laurie and I am really looking forward to your art review comments on this work in January 2014! 🙂
Museum worthy ! LOve it!
Oh Jeff! Now that is a recommendation I haven’t heard often… which Museum do you think we should imagine that it is in? Thank you so much for your kind words.
Lovely soft and impressionist work with lots of energy.
Thank you Barbara for sharing your observations and kind words about this painting. Pleased that you stopped in 🙂