February Flow, watercolour on panel, 18 x 24" (SOLD)

"When a snowmobiling adventure took us over the Petawawa River, near its confluence with the Ottawa River in northeastern Ontario, our group stopped briefly so I could take a snapshot of the raging river.

When I got home and had a good look at my photos from our trip, I discovered I had inadvertently captured this dramatic scene in one corner of my river photo. I loved the contrast of the delicate, white, frost-covered sapling against the dark, powerful river. I knew it would make a stunning, large painting.

I titled the painting 'February Flow' because I am becoming more aware of how truly precious our fresh water is, how lucky Canadians are to have an abundant flow of clean water in our rivers and lakes, and how important it is that we protect our fresh water resources for future generations."

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February Flow is an original watercolour painting, mounted on an archival panel with a UV-resistant and moisture-resistant coating, which protects the painting and allows it to be displayed without glass.

The archival panel is mounted in a black wood float frame. The image is 18"h x 24"w and is painted on 100% rag watercolour paper. Framed size 19"h x 25"w.

This painting is valued at $1,750. and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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