Autumn Lake 1 by Laurel Moore
Original Oil Painting on on paper (Premium Heavyweight, Acid free 400g/m paper)
Size A3 (29.7cm by 42 cm )
Sent in Postal Cardboard Envelope direct from MY STUDIO
No frame provided.
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The September light has played with the autumn colours, deepening the blue of the lake and softening the branches and leaves. I came across this little lakelet in the North of Scotland on my artistic walks. I loved the way the water nestled in the landscape.
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Framing is Easy!
This painting can be put straight into an A3 sized frame of your choice. Or if you like to add size and impact add a mat/mount for this A3 painting, then add an A2 sized frame.
Use an acid free picture mounting tape to secure the painting to the mount on all four sides.
''Finding the 'feeling' is what I am about as an oil painter. Living in the North of Scotland, I particularly love the Scotlish landscape with those bright and puffy clouds and stormy coastlines. It really inspires me to paint every day.
Here the landscape is ever changing, sometimes the seasons seem to change minute to minute! So there is always another challenge around the corner when the light changes again.
I love to capture the beauty. Like a snapshot in a painting, my aim with each painting is to spend no more than a few hours on a scene and if I can't capture the essence or impression of a scene within that time frame, then I know that that moment is lost to me and I have failed.
So I am 'oot an' aboot' in my thermals with my doggie and my funny walking stick stool travelling the hills and dales and lakes in search of paintings and stopping for the occasional cuppa in a flask. There is always something new to see.
I hope when you buy my Art that is serves as a little window for you, into the Scottish Highlands. That sometimes you too can just sit and enjoy a cuppa from your own living room and breathe in the fresh breeze over the hills and hear the buzzard call, feel the rough grass underfoot and taste the wind in the clouds''