Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Dunrobin Barns by Doug Cosbie | $375 | oil painting | 16' h x 20' w | ..\art\oil-painting-Dunrobin-Barns

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Dunrobin Barns

Doug Cosbie

Oil painting on Stretched canvas

Finished white edges

Varnished and Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind

Signed on front and back

2019

16 " h x 20 " w x .75 " d |0 lbs. 0 oz.

$375

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Doug describes this as a typical scene in the Ottawa Valley in Ontario, looking north towards the Gatineau Hills. "I used simple line and form with an orange underpainting to unify the pastel colors," he explains.

Doug Cosbie

Ottawa, Canada

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Doug Cosbie 2/25/2020 | 10:53 AM

Welcome to my 1st Blog Today I’m studio deskbound rummaging through countless crannies for receipts, mostly paid bills and sales to figure how much will be left after paying the taxman. Turns out I’m either mathematically challenged or the good news is that it’s not as bad as I thought. The other good news is that I’m thrilled to start my UGallery blog and share with customers and artists as I continue my creative journey. Why I’m eager (and I hope you will be too) about my blog? It’s a great way as an artist to connect and receive feedback. The reality is that, despite the freedom of choosing when and what your job requires, combining business travel and pleasure, interesting places, situations and bumping into remarkable people, you really work in isolation. Because of this, painters will tell you that feedback creates the critical discussion that is indispensable to being imaginative when creating art. Not everybody? There are artists that detest the thought of feedback. They figure if nobody says anything, or even better buys it, enough said. There are others who figure the worst enemy to creativity is this self-doubt. Hopefully without sounding like a stalker, I’ll tell you a secret. Back in the brick and motor gallery exhibitions (and I’ve had lots of them) I move close behind viewers of my work and listen in on their comments. Not always a fun experience, however for every “my kid could paint that” there were truly insightful comments. To me, this meant I achieved something distinctive. I.e. a painting that someone related to; and why. Please check in I’ll keep this blog active and informative with insight into my art and the passage along the way. Thank you for checking in and good luck building your collection of original fine art. Doug.

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