(I could not find the name for this work.)
Frank H. Johnston © 1919
One of the great things about visiting the Art Gallery of Ontario
with a friend is spending time really looking at the art. My
friend Suzanne yesterday talked about the Group of Seven smaller
studies, and compared them to the bigger work. There is something so
exciting from an artist's point of view in seeing where an artist goes,
how colour gets enhanced or retreats.
I also looked closely at work I've probably walked past before,
and noticed so much beauty.
I especially like the one I'm showing you. No idea why.
Have a loving your life day.