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Grouse Mountain above Vancouver
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Grouse Mountain above Vancouver Painting

Dai Wynn



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The view of Vancouver from just below the Eye of the Wind on Grouse Mountain. The Eye of the Wind is a wind turbine with a viewing platform just below the turbine housing. For those who would prefer not to scramble up a steep and slippery trail to the top, ignoring the “Danger, No Hiking” sign, a chairlift is available. Yes, I staggered to the top and took reference photos for this ink and watercolour painting. I had to remind myself that I had altitude to contend with as well as a climb.

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Painting:Watercolor on Paper

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Size:16.5 W x 11.7 H x 0 D in

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Born in and lives in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Dai Wynn paints European, North American, New Zealand and Australian landscapes and seascapes in oils and watercolours and has recently added pen and ink sketches to his portfolio. He also paints portraits on commission. Dai is passionate about quality rather than quantity when it comes to producing fine art works. He believes in careful draftsmanship as the basis for his artworks. Artistic merit is the product of inspiration, dedication and time. In his 1897 book What is Art?, Leo Tolstoy said 'Art is not a handicraft, it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced.' Dai couldn't agree more. Dai is often asked whether his European paintings were executed "en plein air". While it would have been wonderful to sit on a Venetian quay with an easel and paintbox for several days, this would clearly have been totally impractical. Thus, all his paintings are based on reference photographs taken by Dai in person and in situ. He therefore holds copyright to both photograph and the resulting artwork image. Dai's artworks are in private collections in Australia, USA, Canada, China, England, France, Portugal and Spain.

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