Each of these photo-paintings–iphotoimpressions, are of French Canada. You can see how different styles of digital brush strokes and different tonal variations change the intentional entirely. One image above is an outdoor wall mural. A painting that feels as if you could walk into that space for how perfect the perspective is.
Roof-top have been inspired by Matthew Cutter’s work. He painted a piece called “roof-tops” that is deep and tonal and uses only two colors to render a universal impression. When I see roof-tops, I see Cutter’s work in my minds eye.
Notre Dame des Victoires—at the Place Royal is a church build in the mid 17th century (1667). Walking through Quebec’s ancient city along the St Lawrence River is walk in timelessness. I chose low saturation and no saturation to convey the faded stone work of the period.
Each of these represent a subjective interpretation of where I am in time and space. I feel transported, only for the moment, but long enough to feel the air that breathes now was the air that breathed then. The river is perpetually the same while always changing and flowing with new waters….
Ouebec is a wonderland of peace and “adequate” prosperity. She is fun to capture and more fun to edit.