Posts Tagged "Acrylic Ink Painting"

2013-25 Bird Island, Lake Muskoka

2013-25 Bird Island, Lake Muskoka SOLD Acrylic on canvas 10 x 12 inches, unframed During a Segwun steamship cruise on Lake Muskoka we passed by this small island abundant with bird life. With the sun setting behind us, the eastern sky filled with a rainbow of colour. Share and Enjoy...

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3596 – Woods in Winter

3596 – Woods in Winter Acrylic Ink on Canvas 8 x 10, unframed   Long shadows stretching out on a fresh fall of snow. One of my favourite things to record.   Share and Enjoy...

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2012-20 St Peter`s Rocksborough Anglican Church, Bracebridge, Ontario

  2012-20 St Peter’s Rocksborough Anglican Church SOLD 8 x 10 inches, unframed 2013 One of the hidden gems in Muskoka is St Peter’s Rocksborough, a small log church that held its first service on May 7, 1933. Sitting on a rocky slope among the pines on the road to Fraserburg, the church blends well with the surroundings. Today the church is used occasionally for weddings and baptisms and for monthly Sunday services thoughout July and August. Click here to see the photo that inspired the painting.   A quiet sanctuary on the hill: St. Peter’s Rocksborough COMMUNITY Apr 17, 2008 Huntsville Forester ST. PETER’S ROCKSBOROUGH stands on a rocky...

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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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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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