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Welcome to my Gallery of Original Landscape Paintings... Now available as Giclee Fine Art Prints!
Wonderful Whimsical Art to Add Cheer to Your Life!
You are viewing works of art from original oil paintings inspired by the Canadian landscape. These paintings are by the hugely popular West Coast artist Richard Hoedl.
The, often excited, new owners of a Hoedl original landscape have said that these paintings are: vibrant, alive with motion, drama and light. They capture emotions and comment on the human condition. They energize people and have even been referred to as 'happy art'.
These paintings come from my desire to brighten up my own day and life. I thoroughly enjoy painting. To me painting is a joy. When I stand back and look at each painting, I smile. Because other people react the same way, I choose to share my work and spread the happiness around. That joy carries through the work to the viewer. My hope is that when you hang it on the wall, you will find that this vibrant dreamy landscape makes you smile every time that you see it.
This series of impressionistic works are inspired by the Group of Seven and Emily Carr. The images are filled with the feeling of movement and activity, yet are calm and dream-like to view. This work of art will be relaxing and enjoyable for years to come.
Born in 1970, Richard Hoedl grew up on a farm in the frozen swampland of northern Alberta, Canada. As Richard was noted for his artwork from the time he was a young child, he left as soon as possible to begin his art training and career.
After doing the whole starving artist stint for way too long he finally started to get it right!
He has since grown in popularity, selling his work to a long list of international collectors. His prices doubling just in the last few years alone. With his unique styles that captures the human condition within the deceivingly simple landscapes and the classical nudes.
While painting frantically in his loft studio, Richard continues to explore the vast opportunities of a variety of mediums and a continual cascade of new inspirations.