Snow Laden - winter snow covered trees - Greeting Card

Snow Laden - winter snow covered trees - Greeting Card

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Product Description

Talya Johnson’s modern impressionist artwork is printed on greeting cards that are produced with digital offset printers using high quality 100 lb. paper stock. The artwork is scanned and inspected by Tali to ensure the best quality printing. Greeting cards measure 5" x 7" inches in size. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface producing a semi-gloss finish. The inside of these unique greeting cards is blank with a matte white finish for ease of writing. Every card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving. 30-day return refund policy.

Image Description

An original oil painting of an Alaskan treescape blanketed in heavy snowfall, painted in the the style of French Impressionism by Talya Johnson.

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Behind the Canvas

There are many months during our long dark cold winters in Alaska, when it is impossible to go painting en plein air (a French term for painting in open air). This is a particularly difficult time for the an impressionist artist that enjoys painting from life.

The clever artists of Plein air Painters of Alaska have figured out a fun solution by gathering once a week at a local church that kindly donated their space. They use a large projector and take turns projecting photos taken during the year. All the members paint the projected image as if we were standing in the place.

As I painted these heavily snow laden trees, I could almost feel the weight pressing upon them. Many looked as if they would break if any more snow gathered. Yet, I know from experience that these are the hardiest of threes! They will bear their heavy burdens steadfastly, until, at last, spring arrives and they can stretch their strong limbs again toward the sky and the sun that resurrects them and saves them from their burden. Likewise, when my own trials feel too heavy, I take strength from the image of these courageous, hardy trees, and quietly rejoice that I need not wait to cast my own burdens to the Lord.

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