Art at the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins

July 21st, 2010 by HTL

Currently available to view and purchase at the Historic Tamarack Lodge are a number of pieces of artwork by photographer Kinsey Barnard.

Kinsey says of her work:

‘My artistic inspiration comes mainly from Thoreau and Monet. Thoreau taught me about nature and observation. Through observation I have developed a keen awareness of the wonders of nature. Through my photography I endeavor to share that awareness with others.

Long before it was a popular notion, I believed photography to be an art form. Monet imbued me with the drive to attempt to create paintings with my camera. Using light and reflection, I pay homage to the impressionistic style particularly in “Bow River Impressionism”, “Autumn Leaves” and “Whisper of Monet”.’

Evening reflections on the Bow is one of the four pieces on display:

The other pieces are entitled Spring Melt, Goldeneye on Walden Pond and Athabasca Squaw and are available for viewing at the lodge or via www.kinseybarnard.com

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