Landscapes in Fauvism

From last weeks sepia tones, I’m jumping right into bright surreal colors using abstract presentation or better known as fauvism. The style dates back to the early 20th Century with French painters. For more information – Wikipedia/Fauvism.

The prints represent landscapes as subject matters, from New England, Colorado and the Puget Sound. So I’ll work my way from east to west.

This first one is a seaside resort in Bar Harbor, Maine near Arcadia National Park.

Next we move down to Boston. This scene is the pond in Boston Public Gardens famous for the swan paddle-boats. Boston Public Gardens is located next to Boston Commons and is well renowned for their numerous flower gardens.Β 

Heading west, we find ourselves on Lake Dillon in Colorado. The first one is the marina on Lake Dillon with the second one the other side of the lake. We go from numerous boats docked to a single speedboat and sailboat enjoying the serenity of that side of the lake.

And last but not least, Friday Harbor on San Juan Island off the coast of the state of Washington.


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37 thoughts on “Landscapes in Fauvism

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you very much Ryan for the compliment! Appreciate hearing from you! You have been on my mind, hope all is well! I will stop by your blog to get caught up! Blessings!

  1. Felipe Adan Lerma

    You have a marvelous way with your digital art, Kirt! My β€œexperiments” with saturated Fauvist style art is usually something really imbalanced, yours have a really pleasing integrity, nice! 😊

  2. lorriebowden

    So incredibly beautiful, Kirt! This country is an amazing feast for the eyes! And you are most blessed to have seen so many wonderful places and capture them with your lens. Hope this Sunday is relaxing and peaceful.

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you for your kind words, Diane!! Much appreciated!! The style is certainly bright and colorful. I always have fun seeing what works from my shots and what doesn’t. A lot of trial and error, but love doing it!


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