Grand Canyon Painting: In Resplendent Awe
Grand Canyon Painting: In Resplendent Awe Original Oil by Stefan Baumann
12x 16 Oil on Oil Primed Linen Canvas Stretched on Wood Bars
3 1/4″ Omega dark Wood with gold inlay
Lower Left – Baumann GV in Red Paint Date Completed: 2005
Frame Inscribed in pencil “In Resplendent Awe” Stefan Baumann 2014
Branded in to the wood Masterpiece Pro in Pen by the artist “In Resplendent Awe” by Stefan Baumann 2014
(Journal Entry, May 15, 2005)
The Grand Canyon of Arizona has always held a fascination for me as an artist as a place of magic, where romantic effects of lights and shadows play in a symphony of technicolor wonder as well as being the greatest technical challenge an artist can experience. The ability to capture a grand vista requires an artist to paint directly from nature and use perspective, perception and the artist’s muse to recreate the most difficult subject in the world. To do so at the edge of the canyon with only a paint brush in hand, with the ever-ticking sound of the minute hand of my pocket watch reminding me that I have this fleeting moment to capture the view on canvas. Towering majestic peaks highlighted in pink and oranges, disappearing into a receding sea of violets, concealing the grand Colorado River a mile below my feet: in resplendent awe, I pause…
This is why I paint from nature.
The Gallery in Mount Shasta, 2014 “One Man Show, “Western Scenes and Wildlife” Collection
Currently held by the artist.
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This painting will be displayed in Stefan Baumann’s One Man Show titled: “Reverence: An Artist’s Tribute to Nature” at The Orland Art Center in Orland, CA from September 1 through 27, 2014.