For those who loved art of Emily Carr - $350 (Mount Pleasant)
condition: new size / dimensions: 24"x36
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Nahwitti unceded territories lands Pacific Ocean, Cape Scott Provincial Park.
Cape Scott sea stacks in the spirit of Emily Carr by re emerging by Artist Karen Colville this is a medium-large painting.
Title: Cape Scott Sea Stacks, Dimensions 24"x36" Medium: Oil ( acrylic under painting) on canvas, wire backed ready to hang. This is a new painting created 2019-2020
Description: Background what inspired this work, the nature of British Columbia
Artist Statement: Nahwitti unceded territories, Cape Scott Provincial Park.
When I was in High school, I was awestruck by Emily Carr, I saw one of her paintings at the Royal Museum in Ontario and later the originals at the Vancouver Art Gallery, inspired by First Nations the massive old growth trees of BC and the culture of the West, by her and other Canadian Artists, to go to OCA, Emily Carr in Vancouver and take extended courses, this fueled my vision and passion to paint, to become a Canadian contemporary painter of this generation.
I feel the Creator guided myself on this painting in the spirit of Carr.
My dream was to live as an artist- in-residence in British Columbia, Canada. I did, I came here in 2000 after graduating art school in 1997. I traveled the world with my art learning about art and culture, and I returned on artist healing nature retreat, to attempt to have a permanent home here.( I am still working on the permanent part.)
I lived out my childhood and adult dream by traveling to Northern BC and creating this painting. I hope you treasure it, I am pricing the painting as best market value considering the times, Viewing is by appointment with social distancing practice.
note * Please do not send offers lower on this painting as having respect and integrity for my art work and respect for myself as an Artist.
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