Mountains Gallery

Snow Squalls, Provo Canyon, oil on aluminum panel, 39 x 51, $6900
Snow Squalls, Provo Canyon, oil on aluminum panel, 39″ x 51″, $6900 More

I love to travel and in March, 2019, I went in search of the Northern Lights. Iceland was the most amazing, desolate, and extreme climate which I have ever experienced. I now understand how a person could die from exposure. It was however, spectacularly beautiful, changeable and the light had this incredible blue cast, reflecting off the snow. This snow covered peak, with icy silver swirls over looks a frozen landscape with soft, blurred mountains on the horizon line was inspired by my experiences on that trip.
Spring Thaw, oil on a brushed aluminum panel, 39″ x 39″, $5300
I am deeply concerned that snow covered mountains may become a thing of the past. My hope is to remind people that we have a choice and can save our snowy mountains for the generations to come.
Snowbird Melting, oil on aluminum panel, 51″ x 51″, $8750 More
A deep blue pebbled forground fades into the melting snowy mountains shrouded in a foggy blur of drippy atmosphere.
Blue and silver mountain scape of the Wasatch Mountains in Park City, Utah.
Wasatch Back, oil on brushed aluminum, 27″ x 51″, $4100
Oil on metal deep blue sky with swirling words and phrases over a tilted blue/grey road to infinity. cynthia mcloughlin © 2018
“Electrical Storm”, 19″ x 38″, oil on aluminum, $2200
Oil painting on metal by Cynthia McLoughlin of blush colored mountain tops and blue horizon.
“Crevice”, oil on aluminum, 52″ x 40″, $6900
No Boundaries was inspired by the Northern California mountains. I like to paint from a birds eye view, there is something spiritual about being above it all, soaring through the sky, drifting on the currents of air. My hope is to bring a feeling of peace and calm to the viewer, helping them to realize we are all guardians of our beautiful planet. Boundaries separate us, we have to think globally to solve our environmental issues.
No Boundaries, oil on aluminum, 27″ x  27″, $2500
Fiordland National Park in New Zealand is an otherworldly place of infinite beauty. I have never seen as many waterfalls in one place as when I visited there. I wanted to capture the ancient feeling I had when visiting this land that seemed untouched by human beings. The aerial view is a favorite of mine. I hope to convey the feeling of gliding through the air towards the
“Silver Lake”, 39″ x 27″, Oil on steel, $3700

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