“I want a viewer to feel like they can walk into my landscape. Breathe the ocean air, feel the grass rustling in the wind, the sky arching above, pierced by light.” Canadian artist Jane Bronsch makes landscape painting and studies of flowers that have an atmospheric charm. The artist is very much admired for her impressionistic style, and is well known for her ability to express the peaceful beauty of the natural world. Inspired by the magnificence of the Pacific west coast, Bronsch’s light infused views of water seem almost dream like. Plant life and woodlands are permeated by the fleeting touch of sunshine as seen through canopies of leaves and air. Through her work, Bronsch magically renders a world of mist veiling a field full of flowers, verdant trees, and diaphanous clouds moving quietly through a wet sky. The artist has exhibited widely, including a recent solo show, Kurbatoff Gallery, Vancouver, Canada as well as over twenty group exhibitions. Today, Bronsch lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her work is found in numerous private and corporate collections in Canada, The United States, China, UK, Finland, Taiwan and Russia.