Posts Tagged "Muskoka Painting"

3777 – Forest Commune

3777 –  Forest Commune Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas 40 x 30 inches This year, 2020, the world has been driven to its knees by a microscopic virus (COVD-19), equalizing humanity. It’s resulted in more communication around the planet, greater appreciation of relationships and allowed us time to reflect and recognize the value of all life on the planet, to learn from the rhythms, patterns and cycles of the natural world about interdependence, cooperation and the value of all living creatures. In this period of social isolation, the earth has begun to breath deeper and we’ve been given the opportunity to work together for a common cause. Forest Commune provides...

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3773 – Meditation – Waterlilies on Cache Lake, Algonquin Park

3773 –  Meditation – Waterliles on Cache Lake, Algonquin Park Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24 inches Meditation was inspired by the abundance of waterlilies along the shoreline of Cache Lake in Algonquin Park. Waterlilies are like Lotus Flowers that are associated with meditation and thus the title. Frogs love to laze on waterlily pads so it just seemed right to include one in the painting.   Share and Enjoy...

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3772 – Truly Algonquin

3772 –  Truly Algonquin Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 16 inches SOLD   Rushing waters crashing over pink granite, surrounded by verdant forests are some of the iconic images of Algonquin Park. Truly Algonquin was inspired by the many beautiful white water locations in the Park.     Share and Enjoy...

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3767 – Spotted Turtle on Paddle

3767 –  Spotted Turtle on Paddle Acrylic on Wood Paddle 6 x 25 inches DONATED   Each year Muskoka Conservancy holds an annual fundraising event. This is the second time I’ve painted a paddle to be offered in their silent auction. I chose a Spotted Turtle for the 2018 event due to it’s endangered status. This turtle is native to Muskoka. Share and Enjoy...

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3766 – Learning to Climb

3766 – Learning to Climb Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 12 inches, Unframed   One of the first skills a bear cub needs to learn is how to climb a tree. His or her survival could be dependent on getting up a tree in order to escape a predator. It’s also useful to know how to climb onto a nice high branch or into the crook of a tree for a snooze. Share and Enjoy...

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