Sheila Kernan : Made For Paint

Winnipeg Gallery Feature

A Life Time

A Life Time

, 2019
24 x 36 in

$3,100.00 including frame


Sheila Kernan
Building Stories

Building Stories

, 2019
48 x 48 in

Sold


Sheila Kernan
The Big Idea

The Big Idea

, 2019
24 x 48 in

Sold


Sheila Kernan
Windswept

Windswept

, 2019
36 x 48 in

Sold


Sheila Kernan

Mayberry Fine Art Winnipeg is pleased to present the latest collection of work by Calgary-based artist Sheila Kernan. In these new landscapes and cityscapes Kernan has focused on the simplification of shapes. Diving right into a world of opposites, each piece highlights delicate soft washes, hard-edged dramatic shapes and highly textural marks allowing subtle nuances and ample room to breathe. The shift in perspective accentuates the subject and gives the feeling of standing in the action, lying on a forest floor or floating above the tree line. Delving into painting from imagination, memory and reference, Kernan’s inspiration for her up-close landscape vignettes, street level cinematic night scenes and majestic waterfalls comes from photographic techniques, films and real life. Combining a neutral palette with luscious and bright colours, these new works are realistic yet abstract, urban and natural

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