This watercolor painting depicts the gradual and subtle changes that occur as winter changes to spring.Â During this time of the year the light is slowly becomes brighter and warmer, earth that has spent weeks under layers of snow begins to reappear and streams thaw and begin to visibly run at the surface again.
This scene is late in the day with bright slanting light and it’s associated long shadows.Â Like many of my works, this watercolor painting emphasizes warm/cool contrast in its color scheme – perfect for depicting the everchanging balance of cold and warm weather.
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