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About the painting

After it snowed at our home in New York in early 2024, I had so much fun going out and taking wintry photos. One image that really stood out to me showed a snow-covered path leading to a tunnel underneath a bridge. I loved the way the light bounced off of the snow and the trees beside the path.

The key for painting snow is to present the concept of white, not white itself. With this painting, I focused on adding subtle shades of yellow and blue and using touch-ups of white where it popped.

I enjoyed viewing a path I’d walked on dozens of times in a new light, and to paint based on where the painting took me -- to work beyond what I saw in the camera lens.



This is a limited edition Giclee print from my original watercolor, “Snowy path.” Prints are printed on 100% Cotton Rag paper using pigmented dyes. These prints look exactly like the original and are expected to last a lifetime.

Prints come matted in white, unframed, and ready to be framed in a standard frame.


Helping a good cause

A portion of the proceeds from every sale of this print will be donated to the Feeding Westchester food bank, a nonprofit devoted to feeding the hungry where I live in Westchester County, New York. The food bank serves an average of 220,000 people each month through soup kitchens, food pantries, schools, shelters, residential programs and mobile distributions. For more information on Feeding Westchester, click here.

“Snowy path” print

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