Heidi Kirschner

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Heidi Kirschner - Courtyard at Les Murets
Heidi Kirschner - Courtyard at Les Murets $1,400.00
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Heidi Kirschner - Road to Les Murets
Heidi Kirschner - Road to Les Murets $475.00
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Heidi Kirschner - Lavender Mist
Heidi Kirschner - Lavender Mist $3,600.00
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Heidi Kirschner - A Silver Lining
Heidi Kirschner - A Silver Lining $4,800.00
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Heidi Kirschner - Afternoon Fog
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Heidi Kirschner - River La Sorgue I
Heidi Kirschner - River La Sorgue I $875.00
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Heidi Kirschner - River La Sorgue II
Heidi Kirschner - River La Sorgue II $875.00
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Heidi Kirschner - Daybreak
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Heidi Kirschner-Summer Haze
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Heidi Kirschner-Morning Fog
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Heidi Kirschner - Heart's Desire III
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Heidi Kirschner - Calm Inlet
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Heidi Kirschner - Quiet Cove at Dawn
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About the artist

Heidi Kirshner has been immersed in art and painting since she was a little girl, when her parents realized the only way to keep her still was to give her a palette of paints and a makeshift canvas.

She received her first award when she was 11 and today, her paintings show a lifetime of evolvement and development.  Hauntingly beautiful landscapes are layered with nuances of color, light and shadow.  Her still lifes are highly textured, loosely composed and show Kirschner’s love of abstraction.

Kirschner has studied, taught and painted continuously since her girlhood and, over the years, has honed her artistic style and philosophy.  She says:  “It has become glaringly obvious to me that I must allow the mishaps to happen for the art to exist.  As a classically trained artist, it has been a difficult concept to adopt, but as I learn to let go, I think the pieces I was meant to create are finally emerging.”