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Field stone wall in winter
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 36 inches
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Passage of time
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 36 inches
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Winter Fields
Acrylic on canvas
10 x 8 inches
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Sonatine hivernale
Acrylic on canvas
16 x 20 inches
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Richesses d'automne
Acrylic on canvas
8 x 16 inches
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Une vieille clôture
Acrylic on canvas
10 x 12 inches
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Les Cantons d'hiver
Acrylic on canvas
9 x 12 inches
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Paysage d'hiver - Cantons de l'Est
Acrylic
8 x 16 inches
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A winter's day in the Eastern Townships
Acrylic
9 x 12 inches
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Winter Hay Rolls
Acrylic on canvas
6 x 18 inches
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Winter Weeds
Acrylic on canvas
8 x 16 inches
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The Red Barn
Acrylic
24 x 36 inches
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La Solitude
acrylic
30 x 36 inches
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John V. Fowles

John Fowles fell in love with painting when he was three. His father, an architect, taught him the principles of line and colour and John has pursued studies in art even since. He is now passing on to his grandchildren an appreciation of the beauty and colour that fills their world.

His paintings hang in private collections in England, Canada, Bermuda and the United States. He has won several awards and his works have been reproduced in calendars, journals and on posters. John is also known for the stage sets that he has produced for amateur theatre groups.

After a distinguished career in orthopaedic surgery, John Fowles now devotes himself fully to his artistic talents. He marries his passion for painting with his love of his home in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. John primarily produces acrylic paintings as well as small pen and ink sketches of the surrounding towns and countryside, although he occasionally illustrates fairy tales for his grandchildren.

When asked what excites him most about painting, John replied: “Creating magic. To start with a flat surface and to create an illusion through colour, line and form is magical.”