Here, Canadian artist York Wilson depicts the bright autumn foliage of an October landscape in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Can you make out the trees and the reflective body of water in the foreground? Capturing light and color with thick brushstrokes and layered patches of paint, the semi-abstract work recalls Wilson’s career-long exploration in abstraction, and reveals his lifelong interest in conjuring the essence of a place through form, color, and texture.
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