The Prosperous Forest

by Cheryl Hooson

This is a Tryptych, which is one composition on three canvases. I love the colours, the depth from many layers of glaze, and the slight sense of mystery about the piece. The ruins of an old oriental looking building on the left adds mystery, and the sunlight streaming through the trees pulls the viewers in to this magical and prosperous forest.

I have always liked the look and idea of one composition on several canvases. This is my first one, and I put everything into it. It only took four...



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Cheryl Hooson

Cheryl Hooson

Since 1993, Hooson has been on art council boards and participated in numerous juried and community art shows.
Key Theme is Art and Nature
Influenced by Monet, J.E.H. MacDonald (Group of 7), and Folk Art Painter Maud Lewis, SK
Techniques are Expressionism, Post-Impressionism, and Abstraction.
Showing history: Took part in many shows in Western Canada, her work hangs in homes and offices across Canada and the UK
Current Projects: A series of Pemberton landscapes in various styles from impressionism to abstraction

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