Byron Hodgins

Exploring winter landscapes through painting arguably offers the most vibrant colors and opportunities for plein air artistry. While winter sunlight is often perceived as muted and grey, it frequently illuminates the landscape with a reflective glow, enhancing its allure. These artworks accentuate the contrasting hues of red and blue, as well as the interplay between warmth and chill in the scenery, capturing the textural contrasts between the softness of snow and the rugged terrain. Additionally, they celebrate the unique clarity of the winter sky, which serves as a backdrop for the vivid portrayal of seasonal transitions. Each painting is paired with evocative summertime experiences, underscoring the transformative influence of sunlight on the landscape throughout the year.

 Fire and Ice, oil on canvas, 43”x55”, 2018.$3350.

Liberty Grand, oil on canvas, 30”x40”, 2018. $1650. 

Vortices, oil on canvas, 43”x55”, 2019. $3350.

Hot Spot, oil on canvas, 24”x30”, 2017. $1350.

Accumulation Trail, Frost Center, oil on canvas,43”x55”, 2018. $3350.

Red Landscape, oil on canvas, 43”x54”, 2020. $3350.

Spring Water, Minden Wild Water Preserve, oil oncanvas, 48”x48”, 2019. $3350.

Winter Trial, oil on canvas, 45”x36”, 2019.$2800.

Fire and Ice, Art Exhibit

123 Maple Avenue, Haliburton, Ontario, K0M 1S0



Preview Nov 5th- 11am to 4pm.

123 Maple Ave


Please do not hesitate to call and arrange a exhibition viewing


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