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The Popsicle Tree

by Cheryl Hooson

I used paint colour, temperature, and brush strokes to play the different shapes against each other. For instance, the red tree, blue mountain, and yellow shrub are the 3 primary colours. The large green tree brings your eye into the piece. The brush strokes and colour of the red tree bring you to a stop with a slight vibration. The cool blue and purple of sky and ground, coupled with the yellow shrub cool the temperature down, and again the brushstrokes on mountain and sky allow the eye to ...

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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 NatureInfluenced by Monet, J.E.H. MacDonald (Group of 7), and Folk Art Painter Maud Lewis, SKTechniques 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 UKCurrent Projects: A series of Pemberton landscapes in various styles from impressionism to abstraction

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