Darlene Furbush Oulette
I am constantly lured by the interactive and dramatic beauty between the land, sea and sky in all of its atmospheric conditions.
I am out to capture that fleeting moment that leaves me awestruck or humbled; a lifting fog, the last glowing light of the day. Because I hold the natural world with such reverence, I often choose to paint plein air. My goal is not to realistically document a place but to convey my initial inspiration; what I call that ”Ah Ha!” moment, and capture that essence.
I want to evoke the viewer’s senses; invite them to be intimate and experience a few quiet moments within them, feel the day, discover the poetry within; the sense of place.