Reflections of Ernestine
Published: 09/14/2010  Updated: 06/20/2019

Ernestine Tahedl's impressionistic water lilies reflect an ethereal quality indicative of her fluid style.

There is a decidedly ethereal quality in Ernestine Tahedl's lily ponds. In this painter's watery world, reflection and light perform major roles and her serene blues and greens play perfect antagonists to the bold splashes of color in her spotlighted lilies. Tahedl explores and pushes the fine line of balance between realistic imagery and impressionistic expression in her work. Austrian born and formally educated in Vienna, Tahedl now calls Ontario, Canada her home. Tahedl has a wealth of awards and accolades under her belt and has exhibited her work at major galleries in Austria, Canada and New York, to name a few. Her recent work, the majority of which are large scale acrylics on canvas, can be seen on the Oregon coast at Silver Heron Gallery in Depoe Bay. Her 48 X 64 inch acrylic on canvas above, titled "Silent Evening" is priced at $5500. Silver Heron Gallery, 15 SE Bay Street, Depoe Bay (541) 765-2886
Reflections of Ernestine