Welcome to the Fine Art of Justin Beckett
Justin Beckett is a professional Canadian Painter, painting mostly in acrylic, but he has also done work in oils and other mediums. Currently, most of his paintings consist of landscape scenery from around Canada. His work has an impressionistic, colorful and vibrant quality, with a similarity that many have said resembles the works of The Group of Seven. Justin uses everything at his disposal to portray his technique to the strongest point of excellence. He paints with a strong use of values, shapes, color, form, imagination and a strong sense of design and composition. He also paints in a deeper feeling of expression through which he sees and connects with his subject matter. Continue reading Justin’s BIOGRAPHY
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ON THE BLOG – BACK FROM YELLOW POINT – PAINTING TRIP
A couple of weeks ago I went on a mini painting trip with a painter friend to Yellow Point, B.C, a small little town within Vancouver Island. The first day we set out, we found a little cliffside along the water, underneath a forest roof, as the weather was changing a great deal. And sure enough once we began, it began to rain, fluctuating between downpour and slight mist. Although the rain didn’t stop us, and we were quite comfortable underneath the roof of the forest. View the full story as well as photos from the painting trip HERE
ON THE BLOG – BACK FROM THE BUGABOOS – PAINTING TRIP
Recently I went on a painting trip with Robert Genn and many other amazing and talented fellow painter companions to the great out of doors within the Bugaboos, we got helicoptered in to spectacular areas words can not describe, for 5 days straight, we were flown in between massive mountain peaks, covered in glowing golden specular sunlight, over glacier fed lakes, snowy cliff banks and massive glaciers. We landed on the sides of the tallest mountain peaks, in wide open beautiful flower covered meadows with tremendous mountains surrounding us in a 360 degree view all around.
We were flown on top of glaciers and dropped off to paint, faced by the harsh winds, and cold temperatures, but the glistening light reflecting off the snow banked mountains and ever changing atmosphere captured our attentions and made us forget of such things. We sat in front of lakes, with mountains scaled to a size no one can describe, no sense of scale can be captured within a photograph nor painting, but one must experience for their own, the true essence of mother natures beauty, for here she is in front of our eyes. View the full story as well as photos from the painting trip HERE