White Fog IIHeidi Hybl
Oil painting on Stretched canvas
Ready to hang
Signed on front
20 " h x 20 " w x 1.25 " d |2 lbs. 0 oz.
Artist Heidi Hybl frequently watches the white fog roll in over the Pacific Ocean near her home. "It is fleeting, as winds and weather conditions change constantly," she says. An abstract view of the luminous blue sky and water separated by an atmospheric band of white. Part of Heidi's signature Color and Light series, drawing reference from the Big Sur coast in California.
Artist Heidi Hybl starts each day listening to the birds sing in the canyon near her home in Big Sur. Then, she makes a cup of tea, reviews the previous day’s work, turns on her podcasts and starts. She paints in a small studio that is separate from her house, and works on several pieces at a time within what she would call “organized chaos.” She also takes time to tend her flowers, vegetables, chickens and goats. A former medical professional, Heidi worked for several years with laser machines, developing a knowledge and a fascination with the color spectrum and light. Living in Big Sur offers inspiration in the ever-changing atmospheric conditions that arise when hills, canyons, and ocean meet. 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.