Phil Chadwick

523 Added | 9 Magazines | 1 Following | 10 Followers | @PhilChadwic2016 | Trained at Queen's University as a nuclear physicist, “Phil the Forecaster" has been a professional meteorologist since 1976. However, art has been his passion forever. Phil paints full time now - mainly en plein air. Phil the Forecaster is the Group of One.

#1982 "Sunrise on Robinson Lake"

I was up very early on the last morning of the CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp - it was the August Holiday Monday. I was even up before the sun. The …

#1980 "Red and White Pines"

This was the afternoon of the fourth day at the <i>CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp</i> - Sunday. Christophe completed some art work with CPAWS and his parents …

#1979 "Canoes on the Dumoine"

This was midday of the fourth day at the CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp - Sunday. I decided to paint on the shore of Robinson Lake after returning from …

#1978 "Robinson Black Spruce Point"

This was the morning of the fourth day at the CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp - Sunday. I decided to paint on the shore of Robinson Lake after returning …

#1977 "Robinson Lake Morning"

This was the morning of the fourth day at the <i>CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp - Sunday</i>. I decided to paint on the north shore of Robinson Lake after …

#1975 "Down the Chute on the Dumoine“

I was all by myself on Sunday morning - the fourth day of the <i>CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp</i>. The <i>other artists</i> were still back at camp and probably …

#1974 "Wet Evening on the Dumoine"

I was all by myself. The other artists had all returned to the <i>CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp</i>. I wanted to paint the shore of the west channel into …

#1973 "West Bank Portage"

It was late on Saturday, the third day of the <i>CPAWS Dumoine River Art Camp</i>. I was all by myself and wanted to paint the shore of the west channel into …

#1972 "Entrance to Grande Chute"

Some of the other <i>CPAWS artists</i> returned back to the bridge that crossed Grande Chute.<p>I stood in the middle of the bridge looking up the inflow of the …

#1971 "Dumoine White Cedar Bank"

Some of the <i>CPAWS artists</i> returned returned back to the eastern end of the bridge that crossed Grande Chute.<p>This is the view looking northeast along …

#1970 "On the Brink of Grande Chute"

Some of the <i>CPAWS artists</i> returned returned back to the eastern end of the bridge that crossed Grande Chute.<p>Unable to pick between the extremes, I …

#1969 "Grande Chute Morning"

Some of the <i>CPAWS artists</i> returned with me back to the eastern end of the bridge that crossed Grande Chute. This time I could see the characteristic …

#1968 "Dumoine Sunrise Spruce"

The showers and thunderstorms had ended overnight. Everything was wet. I was up early as usual and decided to paint the tall trees along the lane …

#1967 "Dumoine Cumulonimbus"

The <i>First CPAWS Art Camp</i> was certainly having some weather challenges. A couple of tents were flooded out. I kind of enjoyed the clouds and the …

#1966 "Dumoine Thunderstorm"

An upper low pressure area over James Bay was spinning spokes of instability across the Dumoine watershed daily. The spokes on this weather wheel …

#1965 "West Bank of Grande Chute"

I went back to the <i>CPAWS Art Camp</i> for a later breakfast and then returned to the very middle of the bridge of Grande Chute with some <i>fellow artists</i>. I …

#1964 "Grande Chute Point of No Return"

I had a slower start on Friday morning at the <i>First CPAWS Dumoine Art Camp</i> and I am not certain just why. I had painted during every daylight moment …

#1963 "Grande Chute Portage"

Why did the plein air artist travel down the road? Go west young man - go west. After completing #1962 "Grande Chute Ledge" I simply strolled west to …

#1962 "Grande Chute Ledge"

Why did the plein air artist cross the road? After completing #1961 "Dumoine Grande Chute" I simply went to the north side of the bridge to paint the …

#1961 "Dumoine Grande Chute"

The CPAWS volunteers prepared really nice sandwich wraps for lunch so I did not have to leave the source of inspiration for any sustenance. I did …