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Arts & CultureDebra Tate Sears, Watercolour

Debra Tate Sears, Watercolour

CHAMBERS GALLERY, Mississippi Mills Administration Building, 3131 Old Perth Road, Almonte, December 8, 2011 to January 5, 2012

Debra Tate-Sears is a traditional landscape artist, with a unique approach to the watercolour medium. Using a limited palette of colours, she starts her paintings with pale washes, and builds upon transparent layers to a desired intensity and detail. Debra has a fascination with atmosphere and emotion in the landscape, and the interpretation of light in a transparent medium. Debra uses the British heritage landscape of Eastern Ontario, and 19th Century British artists John Girtin and John Sell-Cotman for inspiration.

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