Monday, February 6, 2012

The Whitehorse, Yukon Series

Let me introduce you to recent encaustic works from a journey I took to Whitehorse in February of last year 2011. With my daughter Camille, 29 on a work related trip, and my camera in tow, we arrived in Whitehorse and made our way to Kluane National Park and the majestic foothills of one of the mountain chains in that vast landscape. A week later we travelled further north to Dawson City and along the route saw some inspiring vistas. It is always formidable to take on the challenge of capturing images of the Canadian west.

I well understand Paul Cezanne's obsession with Mount St. Lazare, as he returned to capture it again and again. The mountain became his muse. A landscape can take its grip upon you as you try to capture its monumentality. 

I'm so pleased to bring these fresh vivid forms to you. 

Credit Information:

Kluane Yukon, 2011; 18"x 24" encaustic on board                     $500.

Yukon Landscape 1; 18"x 24" encaustic on board                       $400.

View to the Cliffs, 2011; 18" x 24" encaustic on board               $400.

Lake Labarge, 2011; 18" x 24" encaustic on board                      $500.

1 comment:

  1. Very good series, Linda. i especially like Lake Labarge. Bob