Gallery: Mountains, Lakes and Rivers from New Hampshire to California
Abstract acrylic paintings by Kristen Pobatschnig
Mountains, Lakes and Rivers
“Moonshadow” is representational of Sand Harbor, located on Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, NV. Dots represent the changing light of night. Painted 1.5” edges, varnished and wire backing.
Acrylic on canvas. 2019 Kristen Pobatschnig
The original artwork "Starry Night" consists of two panels each measuring 20x20". These began as abstract paintings, and evolved into representational works. The lake is a reflection of the sky, and dots represent the ever changing and elusive moonlight. These are painted on canvas, and mounted on birch panel. The 2" edges are stained a mahogany color and polyurethaned.
I find the energy of Lake Tahoe always offers a surreal, mystic experience. Capturing movement and energy at dusk, this painting combines abstract work with a splash of realism. This is the first of many Tahoe-inspired paintings to come.
Measures 24"x36" with 1.5" painted edges. Varnished and ready to hang with wire backing. 16”x24” canvas reproduction available.
Three 12”x12” paintings on canvas make up this triptych, representational of Lake Tahoe. Began at Burnt Cedar in Incline Village, NV.
Each have painted 1.5” edges, wired and gloss varnished.
2019 Kristen Pobatschnig
Original Painting by Kristen Pobatschnig.
Shinrin-yoku is a term that means "taking in the forest atmosphere" or "forest bathing." It is the medicine of simply being in the forest. The energy of the healing forest is captured through illustrating vibration, cascading through the trees.
Acrylic on Canvas, 36”x24” with 2” painted edges. Wired and ready to hang. 2019 Kristen Pobatschnig