How I See It 22"x28" acrylic

I love this painting because it really is how I see it!  Lately a few people have asked me if I really see all those colors.  I frequently punch up the colors because I think it works and it makes me happy, but when I look out at the world…even on a very gray day, I just see color in everything if I look beyond my immediate impression and really see it.  A paraphrase from the "The Ideal Husband" (by Oscar Wilde) that I like is that there is a difference between looking and seeing.  This painting of a barn in the valley between mountains on a snowy day is close to where I live.

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Christine Holzschuh

About Christine Holzschuh

I am a self taught artist who has been influenced by the following people:  my mom (June Hovekamp Osgood), Sean Dye, Jane Neroni, Karin Jurick, Carol Marine, and Qiang Huang.  I am painting daily now after a career in education.  Art is my passion and I am learning every day.