Winter Through an Artist's Eyes

We have several seasonal paintings in our catalog to illustrate the splendor of winter. In your usual paint and sip session snow is rendered by using white paint or leaving sections of a white canvas unpainted. However, this is counter-intuitive to an artist's sensibilities.

Snow reflects the characteristics of many elements and forms, for example, light, structures or silhouettes. Time of day, external and internal light sources, sunlight or moonlight can temper snow to be any number of colors. Snow can be bright and luminous or at times even appear warm. This creates the mood and feel for your wintry landscape.

The Escher piece is a quintessential winter composition. There are strong contrasts and prominent silhouettes with defined lines against a crisp white layer of snow giving the piece a