On my driving way from Yosemite to LA, I could find a big pine tree, apart from the bottom of which was broken and peeled off for some unknown reason surviving the weather well enough to alive himself on a hill near Paso Robles, California. I admired the vitality of the tree. After I returned, I painted it in the studio from the photo I took that time focusing the tree with a beautiful sunshine scenery typical to California. How can I be a real Impressionist? It's really a long way to go... Painted a pine tree endured all the weathers long time standing alone by the country road near Paso Robles, California.
A Pinetree in Paso Robles was created by artist Mason Mansung Kang in 2016. This art piece , which is part of the 2016 Landscape portfolio, is a Paintings artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Impressionism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Landscape. The artwork was created in Canvas, Oil. The size of the original art is 30 (inches) H x 40 (inches) W.
Words which artist Mason Mansung Kang feels best describe this work of art are: pine tree. Paso Robles, village, roads, sunlight, weathered tree, California.
I used to be a chemical engineer, a businessman in the petroleum/gas industries and retired as a CEO of a construction company. But now I'm just a humble artist, a painter. I am very proud that I'm an artist as I'm enjoying my role in the world creating artworks, a new world of my own on the canvases.