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3804 – Snickers

3804 – Snickers Acrylic on Canvas 10 x 8 inches Unframed – SOLD Commissioned as a birthday gift for her partner. Snickers is the well loved family pet. Share and Enjoy...

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3805 – The Sap is Running

3805 – The Sap is Running Acrylic on Canvas 12 x 12 inches, Framed SOLD Each spring I see containers hung on mature maple trees here in town and I’m reminded of my childhood in rural Ontario. There maple trees lined the country roads, each adorned with a metal bucket to collect sap.  After hours of boiling, sap thickens to a sweet golden syrup, with a flavour unlike any other; it’s Mother Nature’s ambrosia. Share and Enjoy...

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3803 – Bridget

3803 – Bridget Acrylic on Gallery Canvas 8 x 8 inches Unframed Commission Commissioned as a Christmas gift for her husband. Bridget is the dearly loved family pet. Share and Enjoy...

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3802 – Twin Pines at Bass Rock

3802 РTwin Pines at Bass Rock Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 8 inches Framed SOLD Overlooking the Muskoka River, these twin pines spread their regal boughs  over a special place called Bass Rock. Below the pines, large smooth rocks slope gently towards the river, inviting swimmers in summer, providing  space for a quiet meditation or sharing conversation with a friend. Share and Enjoy...

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3797 – People of the Sunflower

3797 – People of the Sunflower Acrylic on Canvas, 16 x 20 inches, framed SOLD In March 2022, my friend and fellow artist, Janice Feist, created a powerful painting depicting the vicious attack on Ukraine and auctioned it to raise money to support the Ukrainian people. Inspired by her, my painting, People of the Sunflower (acrylic on canvas, 16 x 20 inches, unframed), depicts fields of sunflowers in the Ukraine stretching to a horizon darkened by the invasion of Russian troops. The colours used also represent the national flag, the wide blue skies of the nation and the golden fields of wheat. However, for the painting, the yellow also symbolizes the sunflower...

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3793 – Moosekoka

3793 – Moosekoka Acrylic on Canvas Board, 6 x 8 inches, unframed SOLD The moose is a Canadian symbol that represents the country’s native wildlife. Moose is derived from the Algonquin word mooswa, meaning “twig-eater.” In Ojibwe and Cree traditions, moose are symbols of endurance and survival. In Wabanaki folklore of northern New England and the Maritimes, some legends say that Moose was once a monster who was defeated by the culture hero Glooskap. Moose are also used as clan animals in some Native American cultures. Moosekoka was commissioned as a gift for a visitor from Ireland. The purchaser chose the name MOOSEKOKA to reference her home...

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