Sometimes when you place a piece of art on a wall, the atmosphere immediately shifts. That's Brett's speciality. This gorgeous scene from the lavender fields of Provence is a perfect example of how a skillfully and imaginatively crafted oil painting can lift your spirit and transport you to a much better place.
It’s possible to stand in peaceful solitude in this lavender field and observe the life of the nearby village, almost as if you’re witnessing two separate worlds: the tranquillity and heavy scent of the July lavender field, in contrast to the nearby manmade walls of conformity. Both have their beauty but Peace is far more easy to encounter among the praising lavender.
Originally painted in oil on canvas, the artist's hope and expectation is that you will not be able to look at this panoramic canvas print without being able to smell the lavender and feel the heat!
Brett is delighted to offer this piece as a panoramic canvas edition, measuring over a metre wide, that is limited to just 50 copies worldwide in this size. Each one is lovingly produced - including framing - by Brett Lohn in his Surrey studio. The exact dimensions are 102 x 61cm
Brett has made a time lapse film to show how the this painting evolved over several months from start to finish. It can be viewed on Brett's Time Lapse Video Page.
Collections: Panoramic Canvas Prints
Brett is based in the South East of England and exports his art worldwide. As well as producing the original oil paintings and pencil drawings that form the core of his stunning portfolio, Brett also creates the limited edition prints and even frames them himself. He insists on using the highest quality materials, inks and archival processes available. Every piece for sale on this site has been produced by the artist himself.
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