When I started trying to promote my own artwork online I kept coming across other people's art that amazed or compelled me in one way or another. This blog has been a way for me to practice thinking and writing about art, as well as learning more about my peers and all the incredible art that is being made out there.

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Thursday, December 30, 2010


Here's another collection for the New Year. My intention was not to create a conceptual collection. There's no overall themes of death and rebirth or anything like that. I just wanted to gather up some wintry images to remind us that while it may be cold, wet and miserable, it can also be beautiful. I realize that this has a hemispherical bias, so to all those who happen to be south of the equator (or in the tropics for that matter), sorry. Hope you'll enjoy these images anyway.

Click on the artist's name to link back to my previous post of their work. There you'll find a link to their website. Happy New Year everyone.

"Northern upland, snow remnants" 35.5x51cm

"Left Behind"

"Surviving Winter" 9" x14"

"Doubting Thomas" 25"x48" 2007

"Hunters From Sunday School" 55 x45 cm

"January" oil on canvas  78" x 95 1/2"  1997

"Winter Field Midday"  oil on canvas  18" x 24"

Gregory Crewdson  Untitled, Winter 2007  Archival inkjet print  58 1/2" x 89 1/2"

"Snowy day 2-6-09" 7x7" oil on panel

"Departure" 28x28" 2001

“Snowy Hill” 12" x 12" oil on masonite

"Herd of Reindeer" gouache on paper 2009

"Listen" 1995

"North-West night" oil on canvas 2008 100X80 cm

"Platform"  2010  oil on MDF 8"x10"

"The Oath Breakers" oil on canvas 62"x47.5" 2009

"Adoration of the Magi" 1997 160x160cm

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful collection...some amazing artists you have posted here. Thank you!