Campus Colour is a 20"x40" acrylic on canvas by Fraser Brinsmead created on a 2" deep canvas. This vibrant work captures a dynamic street view leading toward the University of Alberta's Butter Dome and the Wilson Climbing Centre. Brinsmead's meticulous attention to detail and his fascination with urban scenes are clearly visible in this piece, offering a unique perspective of city life in Edmonton. The artist's use of colour, light, and texture brings the scene to life, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the painting.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 20"x40 on a 2" deep stretched canvas
Medium: Oil on canvas
Display: This piece is intended to be displayed as is.
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More on the scene: The Universiade Pavilion, popularly known as the Butterdome, is a distinctive landmark on the University of Alberta's campus. With its rectangular shape and bright yellow exterior, it has become an iconic part of Edmonton's urban landscape. Likewise, the Wilson Climbing Centre serves as a symbol of the university's commitment to promoting physical activity and wellness, featuring state-of-the-art climbing facilities. Both structures are integral to the campus's atmosphere and are beautifully captured in Brinsmead's "Campus Colour".
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