The windswept pines of Georgian Bay, I was five years old the first time I visited this area, it still remains a special place to me. This rugged landscape is a symbol of perseverance. Mostly rock, trees that grow here struggle to survive, once they do get a foot hold they are beaten with winds and brutal winters. Somehow year after year they remain.
This painting was made with pen, ink and watercolour.
This is a print one of my original watercolour paintings reproduced on archival acid free paper and printed using Espon Sure Colour museum quality archival inks.
The print will ship well packaged, flat to insure it arrives safely.
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