Alix Hallman Travis, “Winter Window”, Oil on canvas, 30×30 in., $1,500, 2018. The painting comes to you with a pedigree. In the year of its creation it was juried into the 83rd Cooperstown Art Association National Exhibition, NY, 2018 and the following summer it was exhibited at the 83d National Midyear Exhibition, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, 2019.
While I feel no compulsion to be faithful to the subjects that inspire me, this garden does exist and it snows (a lot). The robin returns every summer to the nest perched out on a maple limb in my back yard and winter covers it with snow every year. However, the garden cannot be viewed from my window. The painting is in a long tradition of painting views through the frame of a window.
I apply my paint wth a palette knife on a toned backgroud which results in a sparkling moasic result.
Alix Hallman Travis
My Bragg Hollow Studio, Rhinebeckright in the middle of the quaint and historical village of Rhinebeck, NY in the picturesque Hudson Valley in NY State. I am often asked for studio visits by first time visitors who have seen my work somewhere or collectors and friends who have been following my career for some time. I welcome and enjoy such visits whether they result in a sale or not. I love sharing my work!
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Oil on canvas
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Alix Hallman Travis, "Winter Window", oil on canvas, 30x30 in., @1500, 2018
One of a kind, no exact reproductions of any kind ever have been or will be made.