Our Winter ART Magazine features Margaret Kingston and showcases 20 full color pages of articles, events, ideas and photographs.
Featured article excerpt By Marcy Stamper. Photography by Ken Libby
It’s hard to encapsulate a physical, sensory experience in two dimensions. But Margaret Kingston amplifies the color and details of snow-covered mountains and sky so vividly that the glittering landscape of ultramarine and white becomes palpable.
“I usually paint from great days, from natural experiences in the mountains,” said Kingston. “I’m looking for dramatic lighting, balanced composition. Can I convey a feeling from that experience through this image? Sometimes I exaggerate on purpose.”
Kingston’s landscapes are not dreamy pastoral scenes. Instead, her paintings are characterized by dramatically delineated rays of light, pronounced shadows, and saturated colors.The compositions are so expansive that people – and even trees and sea stacks – are dwarfed by the monumental settings. READ MORE
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