Babbling brooks and shining lakes are often spotted in read meadows. “Lakeside Serenity I” by T.C. Chiu and “Early Autumn I” by Max Hayslette depict the secret water sources often found on meadows. Let the meadow oil paintings take you to the serene lakeshore, surrounded by trees and tall grass, where only birds and the bubble of moving water can be heard. Hanging any painting with water features bring an overpowering sense of calm.
Sketches like “Indiana on my Mind” by Heidi Coutu and “Golden Field I” by Dotty Chase bring to life the humble homes built among the meadow’s tranquil beauty. These homes signify the simple nature they are built around, preferring to live one with the meadow rather than build a home to destroy the natural landscape. Meadow artwork constructs the simplest pleasures in life, of home and landscape and brings them together magnificently onto a single, stunning canvas of striking colors and enchanted fauna.