“Antarctica Shoreline”

February 26, 2010

I had an opportunity to visit the Antarctica Peninsula coasline a while back. Totally incredible. Massive. Humbling. Much more then I expected. So dark yet filled with light: visually simple yet powerfully and physically complex. At times the ice and land shapes made the sky seem small.

The canvas for “Antarctica Shoreline” is  24″x30″. I’ve painted twelve canvases of Antarctica shorline perspectives that will soon be presented in a solo exhibition at the Gallerie Gora in Montreal starting April 13, 2010.


4 Responses to ““Antarctica Shoreline””

  1. Linda M. Says:

    This is wonderful, Jim.It is the second painting I have seen of Antarctica and all are magnificient. You should do very well at the galleries.

    • dotpainter Says:

      Thanks Linda. Appreciate your postive words on both the paintings you’ve seen from the Antarctica group I’ve painted. I will try to share a few more of these over the next while. Of courcse, if you are fortunate enough to be in Montreal during the last half of April you might stop by Galerie Gora and to see them all.

  2. Sue Bussoli (Van Dyck) Says:

    Hi Jim,
    Very impressive you can almost feel the cold and powerful force of the glacier. I can imagine a series of these glaciers will be very energizing in the gallery-Good luck I am sure it will be very successful.


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