Artist's description:

This piece was inspired by a frozen pre-dawn landscape I witnessed whilst flying over Germany one winter. I was returning to England in December 2001 and the route of my plane included having to re-fuel in Germany. This was a blessing in disguise as I am always too excited to sleep on flights because I love to watch the landscape below and see the endless skies at dawn and dusk. This pre-dawn sight was really inspiring to me and stayed with me for quite a while before I had the chance to recreate it. It was really early one frosty wintery morning and as we came in to land I could see uninterrupted rows of bare dark trees stretching for miles over the white frosted fields. There were no signs of civilization and the bareness of the leafless trees contrasting with the first signs of daylight pushing its way through the darkness of the night sky really touched and inspired me to make this painting. A print of this painting is in a private collection in England.

Materials used:

Oil Paint on Stretched Canvas

Winter Dawn (2004)


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