I was inspired by the different dimensions of the piece that represented time and perspectives. The night sky paired well in contrast with the crisp winter's day imagery of a riverbank. Below represents the passage of time in a mirror reflection of the winter landscape during a sunset. The image has multitudes of medias which simultaneously are cohesive and separate all at once. The artist's work with colours and values bring are the basis for the piece and the details build on the message.
This is a photo I took while in the Rocky Mountains for the first time in February. I am from Nova Scotia and it was my first time out West. I took this while on a day's ski Trip at Lake Louise with my best friend. The mountain view was breathtaking and like nothing I'd ever experienced before.
There were so many people there all at once, but it was still so peaceful and quiet. The air smelled fresh like the water and the trees. The sunlight made the cool aqua glisten as the breeze playfully pushed the water around. The colours were so different, but none could ever go together as well as they did. It was natures very own work of art and no human can ever recreate that beauty.