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Golden Biscuit



48 x 36 x 1.5 in. – 92 x 122 x 4 cm.

Mediums Used:

Liquefied oil-paints and mixed media paints.


Gallery wood panel mounted on a high-grade wood frame.


All 4 edges are gallery sized (1.0 inches) and as part of the artwork the painting is continued around the edge.


No framing is required. All the sides are painted as part of the subject matter. Ready for hanging. 

Surface Finish: 

The visible brightness, noticeable depth and the unexpected additional dimension in each artwork is created by the artist’s employment of the various paint products and his unique painting techniques. No varnish or other substances are added to the painting’s surface.

About the Artwork

Golden Biscuit is inspired from a photo that I took along the Ottawa river between the cities of Pembroke and Petawawa, Ontario. The painting itself is very representative of the area where the river meanders between hills and long slender islands for many kilometers. At the time that the photo was taken, the sky was a mixture of red, pinks, oranges and white which is what I tried to represent in the painting using light diffusion to create depth in between the colours used. The selection of the title is in itself another story that I will reserve for the eventual buyer of the artwork.

As a colorist painter this artwork is very representative of my artistic portfolio. Most of the subject matters in my urban and country landscapes are located in various provincial and national parks throughout Canada, certain areas in the Ottawa/Gatineau Region and from photographs taken during trips in other countries.

For more information regarding the painting mediums and techniques that were used to create this artwork, visit the “Colourist Art” page section on this website.

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