Winter Art Print Inspiration:
Just because the weather is gloomy it doesn’t mean your house has to be too! Today we share with you some winter inspiration to inspire you during the colder months of the year.
No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.
– Hal Borland
From the photographer, Emma Mc Evoy:
This image was taken while road tripping around Iceland during a 3 month long Artist residency. Iceland is a country very close to my heart. A country that feels like home. Whenever I would drive through the landscape and think I couldn’t possibly see anything more beautiful than what I just witnessed, I’d turn a corner and Iceland would provide me with something more soul-enriching, breath-taking & life-affirming to feast my eyes and lens on. The wild beauty of the Icelandic landscape is like no where else on this earth. I feel like I belong here.
“The storm will pass. The spring will come.” – Robert H. Schuller
From the photographer, Elizabeth Bull:
Spring in the mountains is a beautiful thing. Even though the first signs of spring means the snow will be melting soon—not always a happy sight for a skier—I still find the first signs of spring peeking through the blanket of thick snow to be such a beautiful image. The colour that comes with spring is a beacon of life in the otherwise monochromatic scenery that is snow and coniferous trees.
This print is part of a series taken towards the end of winter while journeying through Alberta and British Colombia.
I travelled along the Powder Highway and right through the heart of the Rocky Mountains in search of great images and fresh snow to ski. I found both with little effort.
We are like snowflakes, all different in our own beautiful way.