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Brian Mahieu - Fine Artist

Brian Mahieu

Langley, WA - United States

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I have been a colorist and plein air oil painter for thirty years.   I paint directly from nature—my work is signed with date and time of completion in the field.   My paintings are not pictures, they are aesthetic records of a time, place and environmental envelope.   To me, color is the most important aspect of a painting and the primary conveyor of mood.   My work is expressive and painterly, and the paint surface is a landscape of its own.   Nature is my studio.
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Heading West Transcendent Dusk by Brian Mahieu
 

Heading West Transcendent Dusk by Brian Mahieu

Paper Lanterns and Dahlias by Brian Mahieu
 

Paper Lanterns and Dahlias by Brian Mahieu

Brian Mahieu painting en plein air by Brian Mahieu
 

Brian Mahieu painting en plein air by Brian Mahieu

Lily Pond Dusk Lightning Bugs by Brian Mahieu
 

Lily Pond Dusk Lightning Bugs by Brian Mahieu

Sleeping Whirlwind by Brian Mahieu
 

Sleeping Whirlwind by Brian Mahieu

Lightning Bugs by Brian Mahieu
 

Lightning Bugs by Brian Mahieu

Walking On Sunshine by Brian Mahieu
 

Walking On Sunshine by Brian Mahieu

Blue Moon by Brian Mahieu
 

Blue Moon by Brian Mahieu

Spring Poem by Brian Mahieu
 

Spring Poem by Brian Mahieu

Iris Garden by Brian Mahieu
 

Iris Garden by Brian Mahieu

The Artist's Garden In May by Brian Mahieu
 

The Artist's Garden In May by Brian Mahieu

Spring Evening By The River by Brian Mahieu
 

Spring Evening By The River by Brian Mahieu

Iristime The Artist's Garden by Brian Mahieu
 

Iristime The Artist's Garden by Brian Mahieu

October Evening by Brian Mahieu
 

October Evening by Brian Mahieu

First Snowfall by Brian Mahieu
 

First Snowfall by Brian Mahieu

Spectral Topography by Brian Mahieu
 

Spectral Topography by Brian Mahieu

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