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Erica Neumann
A Timeless Legacy 2018 Artist


Erica Neumann A Walk in the Peace Park
A Walk in the Peace Park
  Erica Neumann
Oil on Canvas
30" x 40"
USD $2,450

Erica Neumann On the Shores of Cameron Lake
Hidden On the Shores of Cameron Lake, Waterton
  Erica Neumann
9" x 12"
USD $1000

Erica Neumann Hot Day in Waterton
Hot Day in Waterton
Erica Neumann
Oil on Framed Panel
9" x 12"
USD $1,000

              The above works appear in A Timeless Legacy: Peace Park 2018 and are available for purchase.

 Brent Laycock
Erica Neumann's wildlife art honors both the spirit of the animal, and spirited painting. Captured by her brush, startled bears, wolves, and cougars peer out from their painted wilderness.

The Ontario College of Art graduate is sharing her deep love for wildlife, and by carefully crafting their expressions, invites the viewer to feel a personal, more intimate connection to the animals as well. Years of outdoor painting in the Rocky Mountains are responsible for the vigour of her brush work.

The characteristic, heightened colour and modeling seen in some of her current paintings are a result of impressionist colour theory, modern technology and an unconventional interest in cave art.

Represented by galleries in Southern Alberta and one in B.C., Erica paints in her garage studio, on an historic street in Okotoks, Alberta. The town is just south of Calgary, where she instructs a few art classes. A colouring book based on her wildlife was published in 2016, called Spirit of the Wild.

“The Peace Park is the physical place where we are symbolically united by our mutual appreciation of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Art is the emotional place where we meet to share stories of mountain adventures and chance encounters with the wildlife, a part of the Parks experience whether real or imagined."  Visit the artist's website.



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