autumn on the pond (19)

Size: 43 H x 32 W x 1.8 in

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Art Description

Painting: Acrylic and Watercolor on Wood.

Canadian painter,
working on panel n paper, in watercolour, acrylic n pastels.

Member Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour (CSPWC)
Director on the Board of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour
Member of Society of Canadian Artists (SCA)
Member of Ontario Society of Artists (OSA)
Member of Canadian Art Collective (CAC)
Member of Colour & Form Society (CFS)
Combined Hons.Degree in Philosophy and Psychology, York University, Toronto, 76
Fervent Adlibber.

the focus, is a fresh original dialogue on the Canadian landscape, where the emphasis is on the process of discovery: that is, the creative interpretation of some aspect of the world – being coupled with a second process; namely, that of inventiveness – the personal expression of what is discovered.

Micheal Zarowsky seems to have a line of vision that is altogether novel and intriguing. He sees some fragment of a far larger landscape and he takes this element, turns it a little, plays with the colours, and creates a painting that is highly appealing blend of Impressionism and realism. The effect is startling because it is extraordinarily evocative of an Ontario landscape. We have seen all this intricate microcosm a thousand times, but it may never have occurred to us how much it is an essential part of the more familiar whole. This artist has an uncanny ability to isolate the essence of a landscape, and then illuminate the small part of the whole, which becomes the very symbol of that which it represents. That, of course, is what abstraction is all about; but the genius of Micheal Zarowsky is that he presents the effect of abstraction while he is actually painting in a realistic way some isolated element that signifies, with utmost economy, the wider scene.” Ian Andrew Malcolm.

Keywords: Pond, Fine Art, Dogwood, Canadian Art, Ferns

Subjects: Water

Styles: Fine Art, Impressionism, Realism, Modern

Mediums: Acrylic, Watercolor

Materials: Wood

Prints: Water Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Impressionism Art Prints, Realism Art Prints, Modern Art Prints, Acrylic Art Prints, Watercolor Art Prints, Wood Art Prints

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