"Mosier Turn" "Grant passage to all who've dreamt of wanderlust then answer the call' ~ By LuAnn Ostergaard Available as a print to frame or as a ready-to-hang piece. Custom sizes to fit your space available! To purchase, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The prints are created in my studio using pigment inks on archival fine art paper. Each print has a 2" white border on all sides for framing purposes. Signed and numbered in the white margin. A certificate with edition number and other information is affixed to the back. The ready-to-hang box-mounted pieces are also created using the...
Wintry Landscape Columbia Gorge...wild wintry landscape Seems like a painting in which to escape Snow lined trees and crystalline waterfalls Deep chasms etch canyon cathedrals Blue grey ice icicles hang like jewels Or as dangerous daggers or tools Snowy white, black, taupe and grey Ravens plying skies and birds of prey Watch a cold river closely for fish To catch mighty salmon is their wish A lone blue heron sits by the shore Hoping this still backwater offers more Craggy oak trees lend cover for rest To small creatures in burrows and nests Big horn sheep tracks in cold...
"Moon of White Light" "Oh moon of white light How will you shine tonight Waxing full and round Glowing light sky and ground A beacon you are To all those wide and far With eyes turned above Searching for luck and love” ~LuAnn Ostergaard © 2017 LuAnn Ostergaard
Life of an Artist
Imagine heading into your art studio to create works of art. You are there every day, I mean every day, with coffee in hand - in the studio with your thoughts, ideas and plans - that spark of inspiration for the next great piece of art you hope to create. Paint brushes in the sink, straight rulers on the kitchen table, artwork lined up in the hallway, staged for the next art show. Holidays, weekends and down-time are meaningless, you are an artist and your life’s work is all that matters. You were born artist and it is your purpose...
"Taiyo", In my work I strive for an artistic style characterized by details and mental associations that evoke subjective impressions rather than the recreation of objective reality. I aim to capture a momentary, sensory effect, the impression an object makes on the eye in a fleeting instant.