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Six Artists Who Capture the Feeling of Winter

Written By: Elliott Ro |

 

 

While winter may not spring to mind as everyone's favourite season with its uncomfortable temperatures and challenging commuting, it's hard to deny its sheer beauty. Like the crisp white walls of an art gallery, a fresh blanket of snow creates the perfect backdrop for bright pops of colour to stand out. A stark snowy landscape creates a feeling of calm and tranquility.  With its natural beauty and feeling of coziness, there are many reasons to savour and celebrate the season. Here are a few artists who have done so very beautifully through their artwork. 
 

Pictured above: Joshua Jensen-Nagle, Snow Day, Archival inkjet print face-mounted to plexiglass, 30" x 31.5", 2017

 

Bridget Griggs, Winter Snow Spring Colours Series #10, Acrylic under and over resin on wood panel, 24" x 24"

 

 Eirik JohnsonThe Arctic Ocean, Summer 2010-Winter 2012, Archival pigment prints, 2013

 

Susanna BluhmNY Snowy Porch, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 72" x 72", 2016
Susan WidesCentral Park, Pigemented ink print, 35" x 52", 2010
Damien Hirst, Flumequist, Etching, 55.5" x 43", 2007


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