Choreographed Canadian Landscape Paintings

Looking Back 12”x12” acrylic on canvas

Our little birch tree has white bark now, adding interest to the dark cedars dominating the forest edge. The 100+ year old red oak has recovered, with help, from the dreadful gypsy moth infestation. Under the cedars, it’s so dark and spooky. The deer chew off the lower 4 feet at the edge creating a “browse line”. It makes a nice reason for a very dark shape.