10 x 10 x 2.5 in. gallery-wrapped oil on canvas in floating raw maple frame
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this piece reflects on the experience of being forced to stop moving. we all define ourselves by what we “do” in the world; but during quarantine, we have had to stop so much “doing.” in that stopping, we are forced to turn more inwardly and face our essential nature.
heber city, utah-based oil and watercolor painter, candace mclane works from her studio overlooking the wasatch back with her studio dogs, nala and maggie. her work explores emotional interiors, the intimacy and separateness of the human experience using imagery from the natural world.