CHERYL BAILEY OSA
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.