Winter fog in the southern gulf islands is often dense and close to the sea. Islands appear and disappear as the ferries take passengers through the inside passage. The mysterious landscape has a beauty that is hard to know unless one lives with it for the long winter months of off-season quiet. This 12 x 24 inch oil on canvas is my rendering of this tactile west coast Canadian landscape experience.
FOG INSIDE PASSAGE
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New west coast winter Canadian landscape painting FOG INSIDE PASSAGE released today…
“…unless one lives with it for the long winter months of off-season quiet.”
Thanks Laurie and so glad you had a chance to stop in 🙂
This painting brings up many memories and moments of winter thinking – we are so distracted when there are clear skies and the lights are turned on and yet – it is during the rough tides that we must pay attention – and listen to the fog horn…a lullaby to me
The ferry whistles sound very much like a fog horn and do this same thing for me Patricia, particularly the last one in the evening.