"Lake Nipissing" depicts a lake still covered in the ice and snow of a Canadian winter. This one was painted en plein air by a prolific Canadian artist who braved the cold to capture it. This painting measures 10" x 15" and is professionally matted and framed in a black solid wood frame to 13" x 18".
The Artist: Ralf Wall, aka Raflar (the Wanderer) is a Kitchener, Ontario artist who loves the great outdoors. Painting landscapes out in the wild is one of his greatest pleasures. Most of his watercolours are painted on location (en plein aire) in order to capture the ruggedness of the trees and rocks, the moodiness of the clouds and water, the energy felt from the warmth of the summer sun or the biting winter cold wind. These are the elements he depicts in his paintings. “My goal is to bring back a little bit of the outdoors so that people can share a connection with nature in their homes and workplaces.”