The first star to appear in the evening sky twinkles more brightly than the others. It is the planet Venus, but stargazers prefer to call it the Evening Star. The children have just finished a long day of tobogganing and sledding and are now working on their new friend, the snowman. The dogs are tired from playing in the snow, but not too tired to spot the rabbit. Beneath the hill, the skating rink is encircled with cars filled with spectators to the evening's entertainment. As the headlights burn through the ground fog, they become spotlights on the young skaters. In this image, Terry Redlin captures the magic of this snowy winter playground.
Open, unsigned edition from the Museum Canvas Collection which offers the size and majesty of Terry Redlin's original oil painting. Image size, 23 x 39.5.