The Large Paintings of Winter

Last Light

Last Light

Dreamy Berkshires

Dreamy Berkshires

Winter's Space

Winter’s Space

Nobska at Dusk

Nobska at Dusk

This past winter I decided to give myself the challenge of consistently working on a larger scale. The 20″x30″ canvas size allowed the exploration of new possibilities. The drama of fading light and stormy skies could be intensified, and in “Winter’s Space” large areas of uninterrupted space and color took on new importance.

As usual my kettle pond and the nearby ocean served as inspiration, and my frequent travels across the Mass turnpike yielded images of a different terrain and sky.

These paintings are now included in a Show at the Universalist Unitarian Church in Falmouth until the end of May and will be on display at FCTV’s Maser Gallery in August.

I have just learned that these paintings will be included in a summer show in Patterson, NY at the Front Street Gallery thanks to Linda Puiatti, a fine Hudson Valley painter

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About helenakoehler

I am a contemporary landscape painter and fiber artist living on Cape Cod.
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3 Responses to The Large Paintings of Winter

  1. They are lovely, Helen!

  2. naomi schaaf says:

    I really like “Last Light”. In your will you can give it to me!!! HA HA. Have a great summer. Nibby

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  3. Kathleen says:

    Helen, amazing zen world you are creating with your images! Thank you for sharing “Instant Peace”…….you do wonderful things, keep creating and sharing!,
    Kathleen

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