There is a brisk northwesterly wind stirring up the Salish Sea in the bright autumn sun. I step carefully down the sandstone trail to the shore below the lighthouse at Georgina Point. Looking out across the Strait of Georgia, it seems that the best thing to do is to catch a few waves.
New Release – Catching Waves at Georgina Point Mayne Island BC – 30 x 40 inch oil on Canvas.
In other studio news, one painting and two painting sketches have recently left the studio….
Sold! Bell Towers of Florence Countryside – 16 x 20 inch oil on canvas
Sold! Arbutus Outlook Mayne Island B.C. – 16 x 12 inch acrylic sketch
And Sold! Westerly Winds Coming Ashore – 8 x 10 inch plein air acrylic sketch
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In addition, a reminder that the solo show of large landscape paintings at the Emily Carr Branch of the Greater Victoria Library continues until the end of October.
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2 thoughts on “Catching Waves with New West Coast Painting Release”
Terrill – Right now I’m in rural Montana with a sketchy internet connection (more like smoke signals). I simply wanted you to know I’d been here and enjoyed this post!
Glad you did Laurie and enjoy your time away! Rural Montana seems like it just might be a pretty cool place to explore.