Posted on

MEET THE ARTIST EISERT HALL – PART 8 – Ancient Retrievals

Collection Western Canadian Wilderness
Copyright © Eisert Hall

08. Ancient Retrievals; Wood Buffalo Park, Alberta, Canada

4’ x 4’ recycled wood panel, sawed rounds of forested wood, acrylic

In this painting ancient Neolithic and Canadian imagery references integrate; where wild buffalo once roamed is now a stationary reference to a limited area, Wood Buffalo Park. The central circle echoes Neolithic life giving symbols even perhaps the shrine grave. Levels of polyvalent interpretation emerge from imagery juxtapositions. The bear foot marks amidst the luminous blue are reminiscent of the grand aurora of northern skies yet the beauty of its luminosity emits an almost ominous glow. Bear tracks circle the buffalo; illustrating the matter of time. The birch tree is painted in acrylic; the tree ends are sawed off circles of forest wood.

Sponsors:
Western Canadian Wilderness.
University of Alberta, Forestry Department

Public Collection

This is the final post of the series, Meet the Artist Eisert Hall prior to her interview with CiTR Radio Station. Follow this site to listen to the interview broadcast.

Eisert Hall´s website is: http://eisert-hall.com

Advertisements

About Charalee Graydon

Art Chat introduces art, photography, poetry and narrative and invites submissions from artists and poets from around the world who wish to share their work. Due to demand and time constraints not all work is able to be accepted for publication. Charalee works closely with Photofade.com in producing the materials for this site. The technical and artistic expertise of Kamal at Photofade and those who help with translation is recognized and appreciated.. All images and materials are the property of the artist. No reproduction is allowed without authorization.

One response to “MEET THE ARTIST EISERT HALL – PART 8 – Ancient Retrievals

  1. Pingback: MEET THE ARTIST EISERT HALL – PART 8 – Ancient Retrievals | CHARALEE G.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s