Monday, December 14, 2009

Snow Field

Surface patterns are formed by underlying behaviors, the drainage of melted snow down a grassy slope, overlaid with perpendicular shadows of trees, creating a blue grid distorted by perspective. These are some of the strange beauties that the New England winter brings us.
- Nancy Boudreau

This painting is about 5" x 7" acrylic on gessoed mat board, protected in a cream-colored mat. As with all these little studies, the text above is handwritten on the back of the painting, which is also signed and dated.






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