large Alaskan Bull Moose cooling off on a hot summer day as he forages off the fresh plant shoots. Painted on 2" deep gallery wrap canvas and framed in a beautiful dark wood floater frame. Ready to hang and enjoy! I unconditionally guaranty your satisfaction on this or any other of my artworks.
Cooling Off was created by artist Dan Twitchell in 2018. This art piece , which is part of the Wildlife Art portfolio, is a Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Impressionism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Animals, Nature, Wildlife. The artwork was created in Oil. The size of the original art is 30 (inches) H x 40 (inches) W.
Words which artist Dan Twitchell feels best describe this work of art are: Alaska wildlife art, wild alaska art, Moose painting, Bull moose painting, nature, wildlife, Alaska moose painting, Alaska Bull Moose.
If my art/photography has a mission, it is this: capture Alaska’s rugged and beautiful scenery and wildlife, and present them in an artistic and pleasing way, stirring up unexpected emotions and thoughts in the viewer.
It may be a grand majestic scenic view, or the simple gaze of a red fox in the wild, captured through my photography and artistically rendered through my paintings.
Alaska is my subject matter and each beautiful unique location offers itself to my interpretation. I often paint plein air on location as an inspiration, with my focus being composition, colour, values, and light. These small painting studies are often used as templates for larger more refined studio paintings.
I paint in an impressionistic manner, and attempt with each finished painting to breathe life into the subject, and capture it in all its glory…vibrant and full of colour.
My photography is complimented by my artistic eye, making for unique compositions, lighting and colour. I often apply an artistic touch to my photos as they are ever much a piece of art as my paintings.