Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The Schomberg River by Phil Chadwick
My Lawn by Phil Chadwick
Boom by Phil Chadwick
Hot Water by Phil Chadwick
Cumulus and Altocumulus by Phil Chadwick
Spring Marsh by Phil Chadwick
The Pool by Phil Chadwick
Making Hay on the 12th Concession by Phil Chadwick
Rain Clouds by Phil Chadwick
Cone Heads by Phil Chadwick
Afternoon Stratocumulus by Phil Chadwick
Sunrise Strato CU by Phil Chadwick
Chantry Fun by Phil Chadwick
Turbulent Stratocumulus by Phil Chadwick
Crepuscular Rays by Phil Chadwick
The Rock in the Bay by Phil Chadwick
Canonto Cold Advection Stratocumulus by Phil Chadwick
Solitaire Creek by Phil Chadwick
The Privy Council Meeting Room by Phil Chadwick
The Lakers by Phil Chadwick
April Ice Pellets by Phil Chadwick
Snow Puzzle by Phil Chadwick
Foley Mountain Sumacs by Phil Chadwick
Lyndhurst United by Phil Chadwick
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About Phil Chadwick
Trained at Queen's University as a nuclear physicist, “Phil the Forecaster" has been a professional meteorologist since 1976. However, painting has been his passion forever. For ten years, he studied under the late Mario Airomi, a famous Italian artist. Phil paints what he knows best: weather, nature, canoes and his family. There aren't enough hours in the day to record the inspiration that abounds.
Phil paints mainly “en plein air” striving for impressionistic realism. Something intangible and sometimes magical enters the art when one is actually out in the elements surrounded by inspiration. Bold colours and shapes can be found in the natural world if you only look. Phil’s art hangs in many private and corporate collections around the globe.
A passion for creation" sums it all up! Phil’s simple desire is to make the next painting his new favourite and to improve in capturing the essence of the subject with lots of colour and bold strokes!