Green Noise is a 15.75" x 20" oil painting on aluminum composite panel canvas by Nathalie Lapointe. Lapointe has used a beautiful combination of olive greens, mossy undertones, and amber hues to create a landscape resembling the lushness of rural areas. Using a Japanese roller brayer to apply the paint has resulted in smooth transitions and a mix of colours that bring the pastoral scene to life, while the textured effects produced by the roller create a dynamic contrast, suggesting the gentle movement of foliage in the breeze. The painting captures the essence of the countryside with rich textures and a depth of field that draws the viewer into its serene expanse
Dimensions and Details
Size: 15.75" x 20"
Medium: Oil on Aluminum Composite Panel
Display: This painting is on a 1.75" deep profile aluminum composite panel, mounted on kilned dried wood with finished black edges. The listed price includes a 1/2" gallery black shadow box frame, ordered at purchase.
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