"First frost in the air"
50 * 70 cm (20 * 28 inches)

Acrylic on canvas/2023

"First Frost in the Air" captures the quiet whisper of winter as it begins to brush its frosty fingers across the landscape. In this painting, the crispness of the air and the subtle shift in the light are palpable. I've chosen a palette of cool blues and purples to convey the chill of the approaching frost, while the warm tones lingering in the grasses whisper of the autumn just passed. The tree stands resilient, its leaves edged with the silvery hint of frost, a sentinel witnessing the change of seasons. The textural strokes in the sky mimic the patterns of cold winds and the quiet energy of nature’s breath as it cools. This scene is an intimate look at the moment when seasons overlap, a fleeting beauty that exists in the delicate balance of transition. It’s a tribute to the serene and subtle transformations that nature undergoes, often unnoticed, as time marches forward.