This piece is a landscape of northern Vermont – my interpretation of watching a storm approach on an open field – I focused on texture and color within the field. I enjoy working only with a palette knives, working with the knives to build layers of texture and color.

- Ruth LaGue

Grassland Storm
RUTH LAGUE


Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind
Signed on back
2018

30" h x 40" w x 1.5" d
6 lbs. 0 oz.

$2,800

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Artist
Ruth LaGue
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Getting to Know Ruth

In her abstracted landscape paintings, Ruth LaGue pares composition down to its barest form. Through simple color, line and form, landscapes are invoked, rather than detailed. Ruth adjusts the placement of the horizon line in her paintings to suggest a range of natural formations. She stretches form, line and color to their limits, providing the least amount of visual information needed to understand the landscape. Her color palette is nuanced and each color is distinctly her own. She is deeply influenced by her childhood in Alaska and her travels to India. While in India, she found an indelible connection between the vast, wild landscape of her childhood and the limitless internal landscape of the soul. Ruth’s beautifully simplified landscapes become metaphors for the spiritual or otherworldly realms inherent in both nature and in the self.