Autumn ColorsSidonie Caron
Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
20 " h x 18 " w x .5 " d |5 lbs. 0 oz.
Sidonie Caron describes this painting as "an evocation of the fall in the Pacific Northwest." The piece draws out the ephemeral colors of trees in autumn contrasted with the unchangeable color of evergreens. In the autumn haze, one can barely make out the mountain in the distance.
English artist Sidonie Caron lives in the Pacific Northwest, where her art draws influence from Oregon’s natural beauty. Her brushstrokes are often loose yet retain the ability to depict small details–the foam of waves, a sparkling river reflection, the light hitting blades of grass. Each landscape embodies the mood of the scene. Sidonie’s color choices convey the difference between a warm sunny day, a blustery coastal afternoon, and a cool, misty outing near the water.