This series covers a number of different periods in Donald
Flather's painting career. In the early (1938) painting titled
"Onset of Winter" (near Radium Hot Springs), Donald
M. Flather demonstrates his gentle flowing style. One of his
more recent works, "Pulpit Rock", shows a more charged
scene as heavy storm clouds loom overhead. Much like the Cascade
Series, D.M. Flather used a series of bleached trees on a
snow encrusted hilltop in the painting "Crowfoot Mountain".
The highly abstracted "Spring Tundra" combines Flather's
bright colors in a landscape, at a time in his life when abstracts
rush. Spend the time and browse through each series in the
collection. Each oil painting is a piece of Canadian
History to be enjoyed by all.
the Tour - 13 Original