Summer Dusk

36.00"W x 48.00"H x 1.5"D

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Victoria Veedell


Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: light, ethereal, marsh, blue, nature, contemporary, impressionist, purple, sunset, landscape

Media: oil on canvas

Size: 36"W x 48"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2018

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I was imagining the light at dusk reflecting over a marsh landscape. Imagine yourself looking out at the end of the day over a peaceful marsh and letting the troubles of the day slip away.
My paintings are interpretations of the effects of light in nature. I start the painting with a thin wash of bold magenta or yellow and slowly build up the surface by glazing layers of paint alternating between different shades of blue, green, yellow and magenta until I reach the desired scene emerges and an overall glow appears.
The painting has a final coat of varnish to protect the surface. The sides are painted and it's ready to hang right out of the box.

Victoria Veedell captures the essence of nature by examining the effects of light on form in the natural world. She has been painting the landscape in one form or another for over 20 years. Originally from Houston, TX she earned a BFA in painting from Texas A&M. The university years opened her eyes to the world of art. After graduating in 1990 she worked as a studio assistant for two prominent Houston Artists. In 1995 she was ready to move to New York to study at NYU. After studying painting for a year at the graduate level she decided to take a job in a contemporary art gallery to learn the business side of art. In 2001, after 7 years in New York, it was time to make a change. This time she moved with her boyfriend to Tokyo and spent 2 years exploring Japan and other parts of Asia. Finally settling in San Francisco in 2003. All the while no matter where she was she continued to paint and exhibit her work. She frequently attends artist in residence programs around the world. For her, attending these programs has become an integral part of her art practice. Her first residency was at the Vermont Studio Center in 2001. Followed by Chitraniketen Artist Residency in India, Kamiyama Artist Residency in Japan, Chalk Hill Artist Residency in Healdsburg, CA and currently Gullkistan Artist Residency, Iceland. The residencies provide an opportunity for travel and time to paint.

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