Jenn painted this piece using Golden Open Acrylics, which take longer to dry and therefore allow for more blending time. Jenn uses this technique to give the painting a dreamy and hopeful essence. "I am more passionate than ever about painting peaceful, reflective art that provides serenity and beauty," she says. "This piece has a feeling of spring and it elevates my spirits every time I look at it."
This piece was painted on Arches heavyweight paper and includes a 1 5/8" border around the edge for ease of framing.
Jenn Williamson expertly evokes the scenery of British Columbia in her soft abstract landscapes. She utilizes defining horizontal and vertical strokes, coupled with a skillful handling of color, to create significant depth in each piece. Her paintings, though abstracted, clearly convey the atmospheric attributes of the scene–rain, wind, clouds, fog. Jenn’s muted color palette transports the viewer to the Canadian west coast, as if to be standing before the marshlands and ocean right alongside the artist.
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We're really enjoying Season of Reflection 1 in our entry way. It has a wonderful energy and mystery to it. People visiting us have also noticed and commented how they like it.- Y Durr