Image is 51/2 x 8 in black/white acrylic. Framed and matted at 11x13 1/2.
Here is the flow of the glacier in Alberta,
Canada in the 1970's, tucked between it's rocky cliffs.
A scene, that has been disappearing due to
global warming, which I felt was most appropriate
as a gray value painting.
$400.00 includes shipping
5 1/2 x 8 acrylic n black and white matted and framed 11 x 13 1/2 in dark wood
This painting shows the Canadian ice field and its craggy
terrain in shades from black to white.
The massive peaks are compared in size by
the stand of pines off to the left, while the
road shows how difficult it is to traverse this landscape.
$400.00 includes shippingCanadian Glacier
27 x 30 framed oil painting on canvas
Until you see a glacier up close and personal, you may not realize how deep the blues go down into the ice. This painting reflects the coldness that blue ice seems to radiate. The land has been transformed by the ice as you can see by the gradual planes that seem to step down into a cool, blue pool of frozen water. Everything is not completely covered by ice though, the persistant evergreens stand tall along the mountainside. This painting is the perfect addition to any room that speaks of travel and adventure.
$600.00 includes shippingCanadian Ice Road
19 x 24 framed oil painting on canvas
For the adventurer, this road will lead to spectacular scenic vistas and wildly carved terraces as it wanders from the meadow into the depths of the mountain pass. You can feel the cold creeping up on you as you begin your ascent into well traveled mountain roads. As each turn and twist switchback between the mountains, the breathtaking views will leave you wanting more. This painting captures the anticipation of a great adventure into colorful and rocky terrain.
$500.00 includes shippingCanadian Ice Road
14 x 17 framed oil painting on canvas
It looks like an innocent trail leading up into the mountains, but do not be fooled, this trail will take you to peaks and vistas that will take your breath away. It seems to gradually incline up the side of the mountain, but paths get narrower and narrower as you head towards the summit. Each twist and dip in the path lead you higher. Be sure and stop along the way to do your best to capture the scenic view. This painting will make you long to throw on your backpack and trek up the side of the mountain, just to see the top.
$500.00 includes shipping