Immersion: In his piece called ‘Immersion’, the artist has, with his textured use of basic primary colors, created a dreamy, inviting landscape of colorful serenity.
Bioswale: With its deeply textured sky and verdant, colorful landscape, ‘Bioswale’ is a trademark Sam Siegel piece, with an intriguing, funnel-like perspective that magically draws the viewer into this fairy-tale forest world.
Growth: With its typical color scheme of greens, blues and yellows, ‘Growth’ is an example of the artist’s abstract works that create a view of some hidden woods, and somehow manage to feel so ‘real’.
Scion: ‘Scion’ refers to a detached twig, containing buds from a woody plant. The painting is a marvel of serene warmth and comfortable balance. And what an apropos title for this work. With its verdant, earthy colors, and ‘twigs’ all around, the viewer might very well feel as if they were basking underneath the leaves of a tree in some distant woodland.
Downrush: This brilliant explosion of muted colors creates a beautiful abstract waterfall that mesmerizes the viewer. Painted by Vancouver artist Sam Siegel.
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Cerulean: ‘Cerulean’ displays glorious splashes in shades of blue, with a mysterious, amorphous angelic form, bathed in rays of white light, thrusting upwards to the heavens above. This vibrant painting will make a bold statement to any room.
Edge: A fascinating ‘horizon’ piece, the Edge is the place where earth and sky meet. Note too, the incredible texture of the cloudy sky, and the amazing, complex treatment of the rocky landscape, that is both quite realistic, yet surreal at the same time, all laying testament to the artist’s astonishing painterly skills.
Orb Of Night: Water, earth, trees, and sky… these are all recurring elements typically found in Sam Siegel’s paintings. Yet, what never ceases to amaze is his ability to create a totally abstract world that feels so ‘real’. The ‘orb’ is obvious here… but is it the moon, or something more mystical and unworldly.
Rivulet: In his painting, ‘Rivulet’, although the artist once again revisits a recurring forest theme, his depiction here takes a completely different direction. With utter simplicity, while utilizing a vastly reduced palette, he still manages to create a richness of texture that gives the painting a surprisingly ‘lush’ character.
Radiate: On first glance, one might assume that ‘Radiate’ refers to all those circles that are bordering this piece, but on further contemplation, one could surmise that it’s really about the primary color spectrum, and the incredible impact that it’s powerful simplicity possesses.
Loch: Painted in beautifully soft pastels, ‘Loch’ is an explosion of sumptuous color, and seems to depict some fairy-tale marshland. Hidden within its depths, one might even make out the tenuous form of ‘Nessie’ herself… and yet, the feeling of the painting is peaceful and serene, not at all menacing.
Abstract lake painting: ‘Emulate’ is a variation on a theme the artist explores frequently (see ‘Desolate Pond’). Once again, his use of earthy colors, together with his depiction of an eerie, menacing landscape, create an image that is both fascinating and mesmerizing.