Winter landscape paintings continue with this Scottish snow scene of a farm at the Spittal of Glenshee.
This is painting number 1844. This acrylic painting on canvas is 24 x 18 inches unframed.
|Farm in Glenshee|
Scottish artist John Stoa compiles diary notes and pictures of his painting projects and seasonal gardening activities in the flower, fruit and vegetable garden and greenhouse.
Snowdrops and aconites are coming into flower despite a few frosty nights, but then we are in a short dry spell as snow bypasses Dundee again.
Continue to work on winter landscapes at the easel with a snow scene on the Cottage in Glen Clova.
|Cottage in Glen Clova|
A new project to start 2021 is my plan to paint a series of Scottish landscapes in winter followed by a few allotment plots in winter. These will be based on images from my City Road Allotment Gardens. I have already done about 20 allotment plots in all seasons, but these will all be snow pictures
Glencoe Village with the Paps of Glencoe in winter
Winter in Glen Clova looking towards Glen Doll
Auchmithie in Winter
Most folks will be glad to see the end of 2020, to be remembered as the year Covid virus emerged and infected people all around the world. We all endured a year of isolation to prevent the virus spreading, but I feel I was one of the lucky ones. Although in lockdown all year, I have a big garden and allotment for fresh fruit and vegetables, so exercise and a healthy diet keeps us strong, and at home in my studio an artist is at peace in the world of artistic creativity.
My last three paintings finished for 2020 are shown below.
|Journey into Colour|
Two are semi abstracts and one a winter snow scene landscape in the Spittal of Glenshee. This view was taken from the back of the Spittal of Glenshee Hotel before it got burnt down.
|Spittal of Glenshee|