This original work on paper is typical of the artist's bold use of vivid and complementary colours. Although an abstract painting, it almost reads as a riot-of-colour shoreline with the horizon separating the sea and sky. Using a number of different tools, the artist creates texture and lines that reveal something new every time you view it. It is professionally framed in a sophisticated and modern brushed nickel frame. Beautiful hung on its own or pair it for a more dramatic effect.
Original image size 27" x 6 1/2", Framed size 34" x 14", Acrylic on paper. Available in-gallery only. Please contact Cedar Lake at firstname.lastname@example.org for options and costs on shipping.
The Artist: Joel Masewich, a full-time artist for 35 years, is based in Salem, Ontario, near the banks of the Irvine River. Joel’s work is inspired by the nature experienced everyday, and on his frequent kayaking and hiking trips. His work is known for the rich layers and visual references to water and light, blurring the line between representational and abstract painting. His graphite markings, line and brush work, and his use of palette knives create the layers and sharp colour extremes in his works on paper and canvas. Joel is also known, and regularly commissioned, for large landscape works of acrylic, layered with stainless and powder coated steel and copper. His work is collected by both private collectors and major corporations and has been featured in exhibitions and galleries across North America.