Fine Art Print
I'm a hiker at heart, going wherever there is a trail and a forest (& just a little bug spray). There might be a moment I get a little lost without a compass or a map, but getting lost among the trees isn't really lost at all. 'Hillside' is the clearing I’ll stumble upon along the path. A moment to unwind beneath a stunning blue sky. What a glorious view! Eyes closed; face tilted upwards to the sweeping clouds. A deep inhale of fresh air to remember the moment so I could capture the feeling and share it in this painting.
This abstract landscape painting of a favourite hillside view is expansive and free. It’s a peaceful stop on a hike along a woodland trail, a moment to revel in the glorious colours of the surrounding forest and enjoy the sun’s patterns of shadows and light. A warm breeze carries clouds overhead, producing a swirling abstract sky that extends towards a distant horizon.
This fine art print was created from ‘Hillside’, one of the large-scale abstract landscape paintings in the ‘Lakelands’ collection. It’s a memory of a glorious afternoon hike where the sky was lively, the sun was shining, and a warm breeze shaped fluid movement in a dynamic abstract sky. I captured the energy of this glorious view with my brushstrokes on a large canvas, now beautifully recreated as an art print in several sizes to bring the beauty of this view into your home.
Prints ship 10-14 days after ordering. My specialist printer will create your print to order on museum-quality Canson 310gsm bright white paper with archival pigment inks.
If you are in the Hamilton (Ontario) area and would prefer to pick your painting/print in person, please use the code HAMLOCAL at checkout to bypass shipping.
Print sizes reflect the cut paper size. All sizes are printed with a 1” white border so the image size is slightly smaller.
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All my Fine Art Prints are beautifully created on museum-quality Canson 310gsm bright white paper with archival pigment inks.