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Awesome Acrylic Artist series……Brian Lasaga

Surfaces used: masonite

mediums used: acrylics, watercolors, gouache, oils, egg tempera (mainly works in acrylics only now). Mainly a self taught perfectionist painter. Tries to capture the essence of a subject. Newoundland is in the far eastern area of Canada with many rivers, coastal, and forests that inspire the artist.

The artist lives and works in the St. George,  Newfoundland area of Canada. He was born in St. Theresa’s, Newfoundland in 1955.

In numerous public and private collections in both Canada and the United States.

On line and land based galleries: St. Johns, NL Christina Parker Gallery

St. John, NB Peter Buckland Gallery  On the artist’s website you get this as a link for some of his work. I went to his artist section of the gallery and it was empty.  Just email the artist to find out more about him.

Price Ranges: None available

I enjoy this artist for his paintings of the outdoors. Tranquil and peaceful, which is exactly how I picture Canada.  Composition wise my favorite works of the artist are of branches along the shoreline.  Great contrasts, shapes, and colors in the wood. He also has some great paintings of rust worn locks and aged wood.  The biggest asset of this artist is to create different and exciting textures.