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Unframed oil painting on stretched canvas signed by Canadian local Victoria artist J.J. Boron (Jeffrey).

Working in either oils or acrylics Jeffrey attempts to convey his vision of colour and light in his paintings. His bold use of colour combines elements of Impressionism with a contemporary representational painting style. His love of the natural world and those sometimes overlooked small areas of our disappearing landscape are often featured in his work.
Many of Jeffrey’s smaller plein air pieces are painted amongst the hills, meadows and ocean shores of Vancouver Island. Jeffrey’s work is noted for its strong sense of light and confident brush strokes.
Jeffrey’s marine and landscape paintings are filled with light and colour. They are never timid and always vibrate with life and soul. This well executed contemporary acrylic painting on canvas is in fantastic condition with nice brush strokes, strong pallet and lift it the paint.
This wonderful landscape oil painting on stretched canvas and signed in the bottom right hand corner, is in wonderful condition, unframed and waiting for the perfect frame to compliment.
Jeffrey J. Boron has been represented at the Artym Gallery in Invermere, BC as well as the Perez Contemporary Art Gallery and is an active member to the Federation of Canadian Artists. (FCA).
Measurements are 8 inches in height x 10 inches in length.
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Unframed oil painting on stretched canvas signed by Canadian local Victoria artist J.J. Boron (Jeffrey).

Unframed oil painting on stretched canvas signed by Canadian local Victoria artist J.J. Boron (Jeffrey).

Unframed oil painting on stretched canvas signed by Canadian local Victoria artist J.J. Boron (Jeffrey).

$220

 

 

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