Eventide II refers to the time of day when daylight passes into evening. There is a quality to the light as the sun sinks. The horizon in this abstract painting is glowing orange, a color that is often seen at the end of the day over the Pacific Ocean.

- Heidi Hybl

Eventide II
HEIDI HYBL


Oil painting on stretched canvas
Finished edges
Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind
Signed on back
2014

30" h x 24" w x 1.5" d
4 lbs. 0 oz.

$1,675

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Artist
Heidi Hybl
Carmel, California

Getting to Know Heidi

Heidi Hybl’s abstract landscapes are inspired by the colors and shapes of California’s Central Coast. Living in Big Sur, the artist observes the ever-changing atmospheric conditions that arise when hills, canyons, and ocean meet. Heidi is passionate about being outdoors so as to absorb the visual, auditory, and tactile offerings of the coast. She then reduces these elements to an abstract experience on canvas in a color palette derived from her surroundings: sunsets and storms, fire and fog. Heidil’s artistic process consists of blending colors in seamless transition, where changes in color represent horizon lines or forms in the landscape. Oil paint is Heidi’s medium of choice. “I love its gooey, fluid texture that allows me to manipulate it on the surface of canvas or paper,” she says.