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Wind Break by Karsten Stier

Canvas Prints

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*“Wind break” is about reducing the landscape down to its barest essentials, so that the focus is on the hills, the trees and their shadows.
The trees are overlapped to give the impression that there are more trees than there actually are. The reason I made them seem to float above the ground is because these types of trees are not indigenous to the surrounding landscape. They don’t really belong.
The hills themselves are smooth and bereft of incidental details, reminiscent of the drought affected grasslands commonly found in pastoral farmlands.

Oil on Stretched Canvas – No Airbrushing

36 X 48 inches
92 X 122 cm*


  • emele
    emelealmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful, really like this.

  • juliankimmings
    juliankimmingsalmost 7 years ago

    nice composition! Well thought out.

  • Dorothy Venter
    Dorothy Venteralmost 7 years ago

    Your work is so refreshing. You have an eye for the essential. And thanks for the description. It gives one so much more understanding.

  • Brandon S.
    Brandon S.almost 7 years ago

    Beautiful painting, great lines and composition.

  • neogolas
    neogolasalmost 7 years ago
    This is creative Art, beautiful.
  • Kaitlin Beckett
    Kaitlin Beckettalmost 7 years ago

    A beautiful peaceful image!

  • blamo
    blamoalmost 7 years ago

    fantastic image

  • Belinda "BillyLee" NYE (Printmaker)
    Belinda "Billy...almost 7 years ago

    Hey Karsten, how come this isn’t in the Art Appreciation group, this it totally cool and special. Love it the best! Wow, put it in and I will approve right away, I would also like to feature it as our logo for the Appreciation group. Would you like that? Let me know. Billy

  • dani05
    dani05almost 7 years ago

    Super, super stunning art!! Love the simple lines and tones of the landscape. Also like the floating trees and your comment that they are not indigenous. Congrads on making the Home Page.

  • Sam Mortimer
    Sam Mortimeralmost 7 years ago

    Well done!

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