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Athena Billias
My paintings strive to depict the beauty and resiliency of our landscapes, despite the ravages perpetrated by man. In the Hudson River School days, unrelenting industry denuded the mountains, and blew up the ledges. Trains rattled through the cloves and the streams were polluted by various moneymaking endeavors. Nature seems to have staged a come-back since then despite man's ongoing efforts to change her. Even the machinations of the ski industry can be beautiful. Nature survives.




       Athena Billias athenabillias@hvc.rr.com
       518-589-5592
Oil "Snowgun at Dawn" 9"x12"
Oil "Kaaterskill Falls-after a wood engraving by Harry Fenn" 12"x 9"
Oil "Joe Rachen's Field-Platte Clove 8"x 10"
Oil "Black Chasm Falls" 12"x 9"
Eagle's Keep 16x20 oil on canvas
Sunrise Top of Hunter Mt.  9x12 oil on board
Wildcat Ravine 9x12 oil on board
Canyon in the Clove  16x12 oil on board
Mossy Brook  12x16 oil on board
Snowmaking in the Ravine 16x12 oil on board
Snowmaking with Sunrise 16x12 oil on canvas
Oil "Snowgun at Dawn" 9"x12"
Oil "Kaaterskill Falls-after a wood engraving by Harry Fenn" 12"x 9"
Oil "Joe Rachen's Field-Platte Clove 8"x 10"
Oil "Black Chasm Falls" 12"x 9"
Eagle's Keep 16x20 oil on canvas
Eagle's Keep 16x20 oil on canvas
Canyon in the Clove 16x12 oil on board
Wildcat Ravine 9x12 oil on board
​Snowmaking in the Ravine 16x12 oil on board
Mossy Brook 12x16 oil on board
Sunrise Top of Hunter Mt. 9x12 oil on board
Snowmaking with Sunrise 16x12 oil on canvas