Morning lifts heavy mist from the highest places while the sun dances cheek-to-cheek with the late October shadows. As these arbutus trees extend themselves in prayer, angels dissipate into the warmth gathering on top of the Mayne Island Mt. Parke ridge.
ARBUTUS ON MT. PARKE – 12 x 16 inch oil on canvas
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6 thoughts on “Arbutus on Mt. Parke – landscape oil painting”
Beautiful painting! Feel free to check out my work at http://www.kateyaustin.com, Cheers!
Great work Katey! I particularly like “Looking in from Porch” and “Waking up” Thanks so much for stopping in today 🙂
Thanks for the link to my post Terrill! Aren’t we blessed to be living amongst these beautiful trees! Love your painting too.
You are most welcome Chiarina and I deeply enjoyed your photo shoot of the arbutus on Gabriola Island. And we are definitely blessed to be able to be amongst these trees 🙂 Take good care and as always, a pleasure to connect.
Thank you Terrill. I hope the ferry trouble doesn’t interfere with your open house this weekend!
Well it might put a dent in things but it looks like they have put some extra sailings on so that will make it a bit easier for people. Still, it is not a day trip scenario. I am glad that almost all of my work is available for viewing online which is the way many of my patrons are used to seeing and purchasing the work anyway. I will miss not seeing those that could have come in person though. Another time 🙂