Posts Tagged "Riverfront painting"

3677 – Reflecting Pool #2

3677 – Reflecting Pool #2 14 x 16 inches, Framed Oil on Wood Panel Above Wilson Falls a small area of the Muskoka River pools.At times it offers quiet reflections of the woods around; at others the water churns up as waves enter and return to the river again.This is my second interpretation of the same scene. The original was completed in acrylic. I found oil to be a better medium for bringing out the movement of the water. Share and Enjoy...

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2013-30 Severn River Summer Reflection #1

2013-30 Severn River Summer Reflection #1 SOLD 11 x 14 inches, unframed Acrylic on Canvas One day while visiting a home on the Severn River, I captured some wonderful reflections in the river, This is the first one to be translated into a painting I hope conveys the peace and beauty of the location. Click here to see the photo of the actual location. Share and Enjoy...

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3614 – Protector of the Sacred Stone

3614 – Protector of the Sacred Stone Watercolour & Ink 6.5 x 8.25 inches, Framed   This is another of the fascinating tree roots on Wilson Falls Trail in Bracebridge. This one appears to be cradling the stones beneath it as if protecting something sacred and precious. Here is the photo I used for inspiration. Share and Enjoy...

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2013-15 Wilson Falls, Bracebridge

2013-15 Wilson Falls, Bracebridge SOLD Acrylic on Canvas 8×10, unframed 2013 Wilson Falls offers so many perfect picture opportunities. Click here to see photo of Wilson Falls Share and Enjoy...

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3568 – Muskoka River by Bracebridge Falls, #2

3568 – Muskoka River by Bracebridge Falls, #2 Watercolour 11 x 15 inches, Framed   From Wendie: “Spring on the banks of the Muskoka River.” View the photo that inspired both Muskoka River by Bracebridge Falls #1 and #2. Share and Enjoy...

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