Douglas Edwards is a master of moody, expansive landscapes that arouse memories of familiar places – the ponds, streams, meadows, hills and country roads we know so well. He captures the play of light on colour with an uncanny ability. The Ontario countryside is portrayed under all kinds of skies, in all kinds of weather. In his words, “It’s what you don’t say rather than what you do say that’s important. The suggestion of unfinished edges leaves something to the imagination.” His work can be found in many corporate collections including American Airlines,Delta Hotels, Mazda Canada and Bell Canada.