As I may have mentioned, my hubby and I are renting a little apartment on a lake here in Northern Idaho for the next few months. We’ve taken a few meals down to the water, eating and drinking wine on the dock, waiting for that bewitching hour when the light begins to turn. New England artist Henry Isaacs’ work captures the magical pink light of dusk and the abstract beauty to be found in every landscape.
Isaacs’ work beautifully captures the simplicity of form to be found in our surroundings and how when the light changes color, so too, does the landscape take on a new hue.
In the brightest warmth of day, yellows dominate, then, as the sun softens the colors slowly fade and the light becomes softer.
To see more of Henry Isaacs’ work, please visit his website.
Featured image is View East From the Terryberry’s, oil on linen, 40×30. All images are via the artist’s website.