Lake Edge – Rotorua: NZ Landscape Painting
A large 27.5″ x 27.5″ (700 mm) Oil Painting on Canvas 0.7″ wide (20 mm)
Finished beautifully front and back. Signed on the front with my signature in gold pen and dated on the back.
It is painted on the edges so no need for framing.
Protected with a matt sealant to protect against uv light to stop fading.
This piece is hand painted on a box canvas. This painting has many acrylic layers that build up the colours and depth.
This comes ready to hang and shipped in safe packaging. This painting was completed in 2019.
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‘Lake Edge – Rotorua’: An Original NZ Landscape painting of a Pohutukawa tree on the Lake Edge of Rotorua Lake by Artist Kirsten McIntosh
A lovely scene that we travel past on the way to our bach in Rotorua. On this one evening I stopped the car and ran back just to capture this image. We had travelled past this scene so many times. On this one particular evening the light proved to be perfect.
I like how the Pohutukawa tree lingers into the water and shows all of the reflections.
It was a challenge to capture the roadside flowers and the intricate nature of the tree reflection.
I love the magical colours in this piece and it was a real joy to paint.
Lake Rotorua is the second largest lake in the North Island. It has a mean depth of only 10 metres and is considerably smaller than nearby Lake Tarawera.
Sitting in the centre of Lake Rotorua is Mokoia Island. Closely associated with one of the best-known Māori legends, that of Hinemoa and Tutanekai. Today Mokoia Island is a sanctuary to endangered birds and wildlife.
This artwork is currently getting exhibited through the Auckland Art Show Online Exhibition running from Friday September 18 – Sunday September 21st 2020.
Prints of this artwork are available on request through my contact page.
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|Dimensions||27.5 × 0.78 × 27.5 in|