Posts Tagged "Nature painting"

3734 – Treed

3734 -Treed Acrylic on Canvas 7 x 5 inches PRIVATE COMMISSION   I was commissioned to paint this little black bear up a tree after the client learned the one they were hoping to buy was already sold.  Although similar image to the one she liked, this bear ended up with a distinctive expression and the woodland setting is also different. Share and Enjoy...

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3778 – Patience – Making Strides

3778 –  Patience – Making Strides Acrylic on Canvas Canvas Board 12 x 16 inches, Framed During a photo excursion in and around Algonquin Park, I watched a Great Blue Heron in a light misty rain on the Madawaska River patiently watching and waiting for lunch to swim by.  Patience – Making Strides captured that special encounter for me. Painted in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, this painting speaks to the patience we need to develop with ourselves and others during the time of social distancing and isolation. It also is a reflection about the gains we made during that time. We made strides to find a treatment and a vaccine. We are also...

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3759 – Earth’s Breath

3759 – Earth’s Breath Acrylic on Canvas 10 x 8 inches, Unframed SOLD A small painting commissioned by a client who fell in love with, Breath of Life, when she it in my book, This Little Rock We Call Earth. Share and Enjoy...

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3735 – Sailor’s Delight

3735 – Sailor’s Delight Acrylic on Canvas 6 x 12 inches, Framed SOLD Red sky at night, sailor’s delight and mine too. I love to capture the varied hues in our Muskoka Sunsets.   Share and Enjoy...

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3732 & 3733 In Hiding & Safe Place

3732 – In Hiding 3733 – Safe Place Acrylic on Canvas 6 x 6 inches, unframed DONATED In the summer of 2016, I had an unfortunate encounter with a tiny  fawn on a local highway. I knew the death of that little creature would inspire more than one painting. In Hiding and Safe Place are the first of, I’m sure, many to come. These two paintings were created for an annual charity art sale here in Muskoka.  MARTIN’S, a Bracebridge, Ontario framing, art supply and gallery, provides local artists with 6 x 6 inch canvases to create whatever inspires them. Then the canvases are hung together for a one day sale. All the proceeds support the Children’s...

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