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KITCHENER —
Artist Robert achtmichak while boating along the Grande River, he watched Homer Watson paint a pine stall when he lived here more than 100 years ago.
For the past few months, Achtemichuk has been looking for the art route that the famous Canadian landscape painter will take.
He was painting scenes he thought Watson would see at the time, many of which were filmed along the river Glendale.
"This is about the road --
"Look for and orient the movement and try to connect with what happened a long time ago," says Achtemichuk . ".
His painting will be his response to "on Homer Watson Land.
Born in donne village in 1855, Homer Lansford Watson is now part of kidina.
Watson is often referred to as "Constable Canada" because of his painting style reminiscent of the British landscape artist, Constable John.
He rose to celebrity status after the opening exhibition of the newly established Royal Canadian Academy, said on the website of Homer Watson's former residence and gallery on Old Mill Road in kidina, until Watson's death in 1936, it has always been his home.
Watson's business started in Canada.
The governor bought one of his paintings, the Pioneer Mill, in 1880 as a gift to Queen Victoria.
There is also another Watson painting hanging in Windsor Castle.
Achtemichuk is an outstanding artist whose works have been exhibited in galleries across Canada.
They are also housed in a number of private and public collections, including the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the National Library in Paris, France.
Recently, he is known for watching the world's quiet night paintings in his kitchen backyard.
In his paintings, the moon shines, the Crow Bob on the branches, and the dark trees are against the snow --topped roofs.
When he started the Homer Watson orientation campaign, he was looking for a change in the landscape.
Watson loves nature, just like Acht Micek.
Watson's appreciation of the trees around kidina attracted Achtemichuk's interest.
"I'm a guy who hugs trees," Achtemichuk said in an interview at his home studio . ".
"I 've been looking for ways to get myself grounded.
Maybe the tree is part of this affinity.
"He noted that more and more mature trees were being destroyed in the area, making room for development.
Achtemichuk found in his research that Watson helped save cresmann's forest in the 1920 s.
"He got together with some members of parliament and said we need to protect the forest from being developed.
It is now part of Homer Watson park next to the Homer Watson art gallery.
"Achtemichuk has combined his interest in Watson and trees in two projects, and he has received $6,500 in funding from the Waterloo Arts Fund area.
Until May 2015, Achtemichuk will try to trace some of Watson's steps and paint his own impressions of what Watson might see.
Achtemichuk's paintings will be on display at the Homer Watson Gallery next summer.
"I don't want to do the exact location, I don't want to copy the paintings.
"I just follow in his footsteps, but it may have passed 5 feet, or I may choose a different scene that is still in the grand," he said . ".
At the same time, he will also draw a beautiful portrait of the old tree in the Waterloo area.
On September, Acht Michek and his adult son Sasha walked along the river Glendale from Freeport to Blair.
"I am looking for Hornet and pine trees on the big road," he said . ".
He said Charlie Hill, the Canadian art curator who recently retired at the National Gallery of Canada, told him that Watson had painted Blair a lot, and Blair was down the river from his donne House.
He said that compared to going north to Waterloo, Homer drew more along the Grand Palace to the south and to Cambridge.
No one knows why.
Achtemichuk said that he and Sasha found a pine tree by the river in a picture of Watson, and now it is in the collection of kidina --
Waterloo Art Museum, known as "moonlight along the Magnificent.
Achtemichuk painted the scene from his canoe and shore.
Instead of using the easel, he put the plastic sheet on the ground and sat on a rock or stump.
He painted on thin towel paper covered in the top of the file bag on felt to absorb extra moisture.
He intends to take his car along the Great River from Cambridge to Paris to find two pine trees on both sides of Watson's paintings.
In order to do his research, he is going to the Art Gallery, studying the old map of Donne at the kidina Public Library, interviewing people, watching Google Earth, and reading the letters that Watson keeps in the gallery.
Achtmichek, who has never been lost in the jungle, records latitude and longitude so that others can visit these attractions.
His incredible sense of direction may be partly from the childhood he and his dog will set out to explore the fields spent on a farm in the province of SA.
"I followed the dog home," he said with a smile . ".
However, since the Watson era, there has been a big change in kidina.
It turns out to be a challenge to find and get to these sites.
Suburbs and shopping centers have sprung up;
Many of the land Watson has traveled through is now private;
The Big House covered the view.
"I haven't made up my mind yet to get out of the Bush and expand into the suburbs.
"He did not find any cows in the kidknadoun area, but there were" a lot of cows "in Watson's paintings ".
Achtemichuk is enjoying the opportunity to use color, especially green.
Most of the night scenes he painted in his backyard were blue and yellow spots.
"One reason I draw is because I like colors.
The whole project taught me how to use green.
"Instead of taking photos that he can refer to later at home, he likes to be" present "and" live painting "in the woods ".
"The wind, the smell, the squawk sound of the Bluebird, the sight of the tits;
All of this helped his impression, he said.
He took notes in his notebook.
"I had an experience when I came out in the bushes.
I am stating a document when I have a photo.
This is my difference.
"It's a challenge because I don't want to paint realistically.
I just want to give my impression there, what I see.
"Achtemichuk wrote a blog on www about his journey on Homer Watson land.
Roberto mitchekca.
Baggerholm @ township enterprises. com KITCHENER —
Artist Robert achtmichak while boating along the Grande River, he watched Homer Watson paint a pine stall when he lived here more than 100 years ago.
For the past few months, Achtemichuk has been looking for the art route that the famous Canadian landscape painter will take.
He was painting scenes he thought Watson would see at the time, many of which were filmed along the river Glendale.
"This is about the road --
"Look for and orient the movement and try to connect with what happened a long time ago," says Achtemichuk . ".
His painting will be his response to "on Homer Watson Land.
Born in donne village in 1855, Homer Lansford Watson is now part of kidina.
Watson is often referred to as "Constable Canada" because of his painting style reminiscent of the British landscape artist, Constable John.
He rose to celebrity status after the opening exhibition of the newly established Royal Canadian Academy, said on the website of Homer Watson's former residence and gallery on Old Mill Road in kidina, until Watson's death in 1936, it has always been his home.
Watson's business started in Canada.
The governor bought one of his paintings, the Pioneer Mill, in 1880 as a gift to Queen Victoria.
There is also another Watson painting hanging in Windsor Castle.
Achtemichuk is an outstanding artist whose works have been exhibited in galleries across Canada.
They are also housed in a number of private and public collections, including the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the National Library in Paris, France.
Recently, he is known for watching the world's quiet night paintings in his kitchen backyard.
In his paintings, the moon shines, the Crow Bob on the branches, and the dark trees are against the snow --topped roofs.
When he started the Homer Watson orientation campaign, he was looking for a change in the landscape.
Watson loves nature, just like Acht Micek.
Watson's appreciation of the trees around kidina attracted Achtemichuk's interest.
"I'm a guy who hugs trees," Achtemichuk said in an interview at his home studio . ".
"I 've been looking for ways to get myself grounded.
Maybe the tree is part of this affinity.
"He noted that more and more mature trees were being destroyed in the area, making room for development.
Achtemichuk found in his research that Watson helped save cresmann's forest in the 1920 s.
"He got together with some members of parliament and said we need to protect the forest from being developed.
It is now part of Homer Watson park next to the Homer Watson art gallery.
"Achtemichuk has combined his interest in Watson and trees in two projects, and he has received $6,500 in funding from the Waterloo Arts Fund area.
Until May 2015, Achtemichuk will try to trace some of Watson's steps and paint his own impressions of what Watson might see.
Achtemichuk's paintings will be on display at the Homer Watson Gallery next summer.
"I don't want to do the exact location, I don't want to copy the paintings.
"I just follow in his footsteps, but it may have passed 5 feet, or I may choose a different scene that is still in the grand," he said . ".
At the same time, he will also draw a beautiful portrait of the old tree in the Waterloo area.
On September, Acht Michek and his adult son Sasha walked along the river Glendale from Freeport to Blair.
"I am looking for Hornet and pine trees on the big road," he said . ".
He said Charlie Hill, the Canadian art curator who recently retired at the National Gallery of Canada, told him that Watson had painted Blair a lot, and Blair was down the river from his donne House.
He said that compared to going north to Waterloo, Homer drew more along the Grand Palace to the south and to Cambridge.
No one knows why.
Achtemichuk said that he and Sasha found a pine tree by the river in a picture of Watson, and now it is in the collection of kidina --
Waterloo Art Museum, known as "moonlight along the Magnificent.
Achtemichuk painted the scene from his canoe and shore.
Instead of using the easel, he put the plastic sheet on the ground and sat on a rock or stump.
He painted on thin towel paper covered in the top of the file bag on felt to absorb extra moisture.
He intends to take his car along the Great River from Cambridge to Paris to find two pine trees on both sides of Watson's paintings.
In order to do his research, he is going to the Art Gallery, studying the old map of Donne at the kidina Public Library, interviewing people, watching Google Earth, and reading the letters that Watson keeps in the gallery.
Achtmichek, who has never been lost in the jungle, records latitude and longitude so that others can visit these attractions.
His incredible sense of direction may be partly from the childhood he and his dog will set out to explore the fields spent on a farm in the province of SA.
"I followed the dog home," he said with a smile . ".
However, since the Watson era, there has been a big change in kidina.
It turns out to be a challenge to find and get to these sites.
Suburbs and shopping centers have sprung up;
Many of the land Watson has traveled through is now private;
The Big House covered the view.
"I haven't made up my mind yet to get out of the Bush and expand into the suburbs.
"He did not find any cows in the kidknadoun area, but there were" a lot of cows "in Watson's paintings ".
Achtemichuk is enjoying the opportunity to use color, especially green.
Most of the night scenes he painted in his backyard were blue and yellow spots.
"One reason I draw is because I like colors.
The whole project taught me how to use green.
"Instead of taking photos that he can refer to later at home, he likes to be" present "and" live painting "in the woods ".
"The wind, the smell, the squawk sound of the Bluebird, the sight of the tits;
All of this helped his impression, he said.
He took notes in his notebook.
"I had an experience when I came out in the bushes.
I am stating a document when I have a photo.
This is my difference.
"It's a challenge because I don't want to paint realistically.
I just want to give my impression there, what I see.
"Achtemichuk wrote a blog on www about his journey on Homer Watson land.
Roberto mitchekca.
Baggerholm @ township enterprises. com KITCHENER —
Artist Robert achtmichak while boating along the Grande River, he watched Homer Watson paint a pine stall when he lived here more than 100 years ago.
For the past few months, Achtemichuk has been looking for the art route that the famous Canadian landscape painter will take.
He was painting scenes he thought Watson would see at the time, many of which were filmed along the river Glendale.
"This is about the road --
"Look for and orient the movement and try to connect with what happened a long time ago," says Achtemichuk . ".
His painting will be his response to "on Homer Watson Land.
Born in donne village in 1855, Homer Lansford Watson is now part of kidina.
Watson is often referred to as "Constable Canada" because of his painting style reminiscent of the British landscape artist, Constable John.
He rose to celebrity status after the opening exhibition of the newly established Royal Canadian Academy, said on the website of Homer Watson's former residence and gallery on Old Mill Road in kidina, until Watson's death in 1936, it has always been his home.
Watson's business started in Canada.
The governor bought one of his paintings, the Pioneer Mill, in 1880 as a gift to Queen Victoria.
There is also another Watson painting hanging in Windsor Castle.
Achtemichuk is an outstanding artist whose works have been exhibited in galleries across Canada.
They are also housed in a number of private and public collections, including the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the National Library in Paris, France.
Recently, he is known for watching the world's quiet night paintings in his kitchen backyard.
In his paintings, the moon shines, the Crow Bob on the branches, and the dark trees are against the snow --topped roofs.
When he started the Homer Watson orientation campaign, he was looking for a change in the landscape.
Watson loves nature, just like Acht Micek.
Watson's appreciation of the trees around kidina attracted Achtemichuk's interest.
"I'm a guy who hugs trees," Achtemichuk said in an interview at his home studio . ".
"I 've been looking for ways to get myself grounded.
Maybe the tree is part of this affinity.
"He noted that more and more mature trees were being destroyed in the area, making room for development.
Achtemichuk found in his research that Watson helped save cresmann's forest in the 1920 s.
"He got together with some members of parliament and said we need to protect the forest from being developed.
It is now part of Homer Watson park next to the Homer Watson art gallery.
"Achtemichuk has combined his interest in Watson and trees in two projects, and he has received $6,500 in funding from the Waterloo Arts Fund area.
Until May 2015, Achtemichuk will try to trace some of Watson's steps and paint his own impressions of what Watson might see.
Achtemichuk's paintings will be on display at the Homer Watson Gallery next summer.
"I don't want to do the exact location, I don't want to copy the paintings.
"I just follow in his footsteps, but it may have passed 5 feet, or I may choose a different scene that is still in the grand," he said . ".
At the same time, he will also draw a beautiful portrait of the old tree in the Waterloo area.
On September, Acht Michek and his adult son Sasha walked along the river Glendale from Freeport to Blair.
"I am looking for Hornet and pine trees on the big road," he said . ".
He said Charlie Hill, the Canadian art curator who recently retired at the National Gallery of Canada, told him that Watson had painted Blair a lot, and Blair was down the river from his donne House.
He said that more than going north to Waterloo, Homer was drawing along the Grand Palace to the south canvas and Cambridge.
No one knows why.
Achtemichuk said that he and Sasha found a pine tree by the river in a picture of Watson, and now it is in the collection of kidina --
Waterloo Art Museum, known as "moonlight along the Magnificent.
Achtemichuk painted the scene from his canoe and shore.
Instead of using the easel, he put the plastic sheet on the ground and sat on a rock or stump.
He painted on thin towel paper covered in the top of the file bag on felt to absorb extra moisture.
He intends to take his car along the Great River from Cambridge to Paris to find two pine trees on both sides of Watson's paintings.
In order to do his research, he is going to the Art Gallery, studying the old map of Donne at the kidina Public Library, interviewing people, watching Google Earth, and reading the letters that Watson keeps in the gallery.
Achtmichek, who has never been lost in the jungle, records latitude and longitude so that others can visit these attractions.
His incredible sense of direction may be partly from the childhood he and his dog will set out to explore the fields spent on a farm in the province of SA.
"I followed the dog home," he said with a smile . ".
However, since the Watson era, there has been a big change in kidina.
It turns out to be a challenge to find and get to these sites.
Suburbs and shopping centers have sprung up;
Many of the land Watson has traveled through is now private;
The Big House covered the view.
"I haven't made up my mind yet to get out of the Bush and expand into the suburbs.
"He did not find any cows in the kidknadoun area, but there were" a lot of cows "in Watson's paintings ".
Achtemichuk is enjoying the opportunity to use color, especially green.
Most of the night scenes he painted in his backyard were blue and yellow spots.
"One reason I draw is because I like colors.
The whole project taught me how to use green.
"Instead of taking photos that he can refer to later at home, he likes to be" present "and" live painting "in the woods ".
"The wind, the smell, the squawk sound of the Bluebird, the sight of the tits;
All of this helped his impression, he said.
He took notes in his notebook.
"I had an experience when I came out in the bushes.
I am stating a document when I have a photo.
This is my difference.
"It's a challenge because I don't want to paint realistically.
I just want to give my impression there, what I see.
"Achtemichuk wrote a blog on www about his journey on Homer Watson land.
Roberto mitchekca.
Baggerholm @ township enterprises.
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