Jon Howlett: The Art of Skiing

Fresh Tracks

I  happened to be in ski country  – although not in an area as challenging as Panorama, B.C., where Jon Howlett paints – when I thought of this transplanted British artist’s work.  His hyper-realistic acrylics wonderfully capture the magic of the ski hill, as well as the mountain landscapes of British Columbia. (Above: Fresh Tracks)

BlockheadBlockhead (Mountain, B.C.)

B2ndB2nd (at Taynton Bowl, Panorama Ski Resort, British Columbia)

iceclimb-collageIce Climbs

Lake of the Hanging GlacierLake of the Hanging Glacier

powder blissPowder Bliss

Jon Howlett’s website, here.

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