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This is a story about Jenna Robinson, a landscape painter who gathers inspiration from her adventures in the backcountry of British Columbia, Canada. “Before I started painting, I was convinced that I would be an impressionist obsessed with color,” Robinson says. “Somehow, I ended up being a realist seduced by the power of light to alter and define our perception of the world. I’m captivated by the ability of light to manipulate the colors and definition of a landscape and transform it into something completely unfamiliar.”