This oil painting depicts an Appalachian Valley during the winter season at the end of the afternoon . This is taking place in St-Hermenegilde in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada, close to Vermont US Border.
Nature varies itself relentlessly. It is this contact with a persistently changing environment that inspires his creations. By observing the constantly shifting seasons, days, hours, or moods, François Fournier interprets the same area differently every time he returns to it. Each time he revisits a location, nature has renewed itself because light and atmosphere may have changed various physical features and modified curves, colours and textures. The work shown is a 10" x 12" original oil painting executed on a masonite panel. Fournier is a graduate of Bishop's University with a Bachelor of Studio Fine Art degree. His work is shown in a number of galleries throughout the Eastern Townships of Quebec and a variety of art shows and exhibitions. His work is also part of private and public collections such as the Loto-Quebec Collection.
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