White Blossoms, HarrimanJanet Dyer
Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang
Signed on front
16 " h x 20 " w x 1.25 " d |1 lbs. 0 oz.
Janet Dyer visits Harriman State Park throughout the year, especially in springtime, for inspiration for her impressionist paintings. In this piece, two trees erupt in white blossoms against a rich red landscape and dense green backdrop. Janet's spontaneous brushwork conveying the energy and fleetingness of the scene.
Suffern, New York
Janet Dyer doesn’t like to spend too much time talking about her art, as she’d rather be creating it. She doesn’t have an artist statement, the traditional statement of purpose crafted by visual artists to explain their method. On becoming an artist, Janet simply states, “I picked up some crayons and pencils and brushes and kept using them.” She believes the process of creating art is equal in importance to the final product. The artist enjoys relinquishing control of her paintings to find delightful surprises in her so-called “mistakes.” Janet's expressively gestural yet bucolic landscapes are a testament to the success of her method.