Puddles in the Sugar Bush

Painting Description

As an artist, I am occasionally faced with the dilemma of painting what I see, versus, describing the public’s perception of a scene. Often at the start of the sugaring season, which can last four weeks, the floor of the woods is blanketed in snow. That snow-clad portrait is fixed in people’s mind, while the reality is a slowly changing colour scheme from snow white to mud brown. This painting shows the mid-point in that short season, where water and mud far exceed the ever shrinking remains of snow.

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Additional information

IMAGE ID

2629

SEASON

Spring

LOCATION

Mennonites

ORIGINAL SIZE

16" x 20"

BASE VALUE

Masonite

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

YEAR

1976

Licensing Available

This image is available for Licensing. Contact Cynthia Info@cynthiaweber.com for inquiries.