Yellow Chair of the Snow Banks, Giclée
Giclée on Bright White Archival Paper
16 1/8" x 18"
I saw the work of Lawren Harris, a Canadian modernist, at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston several years ago. I was awed by his subject, style, and color. When I started this piece, he wasn’t in mind until I started playing with the blues in the snow bank. I think it often takes time for the things you see to manifest in your art; a gestation period, so to speak. This was finished as I was simultaneously creating my TeaScapes series. While this work doesn't include tea packaging in the work, it is very similar in nature to the message of the TeaScapes which is an invitation to sit in the space. The yellow chair is an image transfer layered into the painting, surrounded by a deep snowy suburban landscape, the sun is shining.
This piece was included in a juried show, Personal Landscapes, held in 2020 at the Montclair Art Museum.
Limited edition of 20, hand signed and numbered. Local orders will be packaged in an archival acid-free bag. Prints will be either rolled in Glassine paper for protection in a tube or mounted flat on foam core and shipped and insured via USPS. A signed Certificate of Authenticity is enclosed.
Expect up to two weeks turnaround time to allow for communication and pickup at the printer, and any included shipping.
15% of profits will go to benefit Voices of the Children, an organization in Ukraine providing psychological and psychosocial support to children and families impacted by war.