Respite 24x24 acrylic #221969
It’s cold this February and the wind, ever present, is driving the temperature down. Worst still is the thought that we could be basking in the sun somewhere south if it wasn’t for Covid 19. Bundled up and taking our usual walk along the Poule Creek path we stop for a break and an opportunity to take in the beauty one only finds in a northern winter.
Pausing on the footbridge, we see the vibrant blue and deep purple shadows with the afternoon sunlight reflecting on the frozen surface of the creek. In that moment, in the calm and the peace of the forest, I felt a release from the ache of cold and the ubiquitous Covid tension.
Fortunately, I had my camera with me. I call the painting Respite.
Respite is one of twelve C.Spratt paintings that will be showing in an exhibition at the newly renovated Amberwood Gallery, in Amberwood (Stittsville) for the month of April.
CORRECTION Due to the Covid 19 pandemic the Amberwood Gallery will remain closed for now and the exhibition has been postponed until later this year. Charlie Spratt March 13, 2021
February 21, 2021
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