The viewer feels pulled into the awe-inspiring beauty of the vista before them: Haliburton County Studio Tour News report.
(PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Online Art Gallery, MadeInHaliburton.ca, is proud to announce the availability of limited edition prints of Carole Finn's striking paintings of the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Preserve. These paintings depict the panorama of the farthest point in the Haliburton Forest through a series of 10 paintings by Finn.
A centre piece of the exhibition of these paintings was a triptych of the view from the summit or highest point of the surrounding landscape of Hollow Valley. With side panels of the Tryp Tych angled out, the viewer felt pulled into the awe-inspiring beauty of the vista before them (Haliburton County Studio Tour News report).
Peter Schleifenbaum, owner of the Haliburton Forest, expressed his deep regard for Carole's ability to interpret the view from the summit. As a photographer he felt that he could not do it justice and was impressed with Carole's ability to render images that brought the scene to life.
Carole states "what inspires me is the confluence of passionate people and the unique natural environments they are driven to protect". These paintings are important to Carole because they are a representation of an ancient topography on the Canadian Shield.
The embedded video depicts the exhibition that unveiled the original paintings. Viewing the video will give the audience an idea of how spectacular these images look on walls and will help people to discern what they will look like in their homes.
Take a look at all 10 of the images of the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve.