One of the current pieces located in the art gallery here, at Rembrandt Yard. “Waddell’s paintings are a combination of rough marks; thick paint; transparent elegant strokes; and, on a few occasions a slow, hard line scratched into the canvas. You can feel the movement of the paint throughout the paintings but the subjects are frozen. They are not frozen as a stagnant object but captured as a solitary image. Captured, interpreted and enveloped in the landscape.” This piece is no exception. Waddell’s use of color captures the unique shapes, which together form this beautiful landscape. The true impact of this painting can really only be experienced in person- come check it out at Rembrandt Yard today!