Posts Tagged "Jack Pine painting"

2013-28 Muskoka Rocks & Pine Needles #1

2013-28 Muskoka Rocks & Pine Needles #1 SOLD Acrylic on Canvas 14 x 11 inches, unframed 2013 Muskoka known for dramatic rock formations and tall pines. Here I wanted to capture the soft, leaf-covered ground, contrasted with the giant, pine-needle patterned rock and towering trees. Click here to see the photo inspiration.   Share and Enjoy...

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3573 – The Prodigal Returns

3573 – The Prodigal Returns Acrylic & Chinese Inks 19.5 x 15.5 inches, unframed SOLD From Wendie: “I find Jack Pines inspirational. Each one has a unique design & personality, just like people. I like to use them in ways to convey messages. In the painting I am portraying the Biblical parable of the The Prodigal Son. Here his family is greeting him as he returns stripped of everything worldly. The colour gold symbolizes wisdom, wealth; yellow symbolizes happiness. I use black on the trees to represent their strength.”   Share and Enjoy...

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3566 – Moon Dance

3566 – Moon Dance Chinese Ink 15.58 x 4.316 inches, framed   From Wendie: “On a clear Muskoka night, in the light of the full moon, Jack Pines appear to dance to music made by the reflections rippling on the water.”   Share and Enjoy...

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2011-12 Gathering in Winter

  2011-12  Gathering in Winter SOLD Chinese Ink 15 x 11 inches, unframed 2011 From Wendie: “I find Jack Pines inspirational. Each one has a unique design & personality, just like people. I like to use them in ways to convey messages. In this painting I sensed the trees gathering together for warmth & companionship during a winter snowfall.”   Share and Enjoy...

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3581- Mother Trees #1 – Sheltered from the Storm

                            3581 –  Sheltered from the Storm – A Mother’s Love Chinese and Acrylic Ink 5 x 7 inches, framed   From Wendie: “In this painting I wanted to convey the image of a mother protecting her young – the large pine’s boughs reach over the young saplings as the storm rages around them. The black represents the strength of the mother tree as well as the storm; green represents safety; yellow – optimism; blue – peace; orange – aggression on the part of the mother.” Share and Enjoy...

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