Shorelines

The shoreline is the most common feature of the Ontario landscape. As the borderline between liquid, solid, and transparent states, a shoreline is also the embodiment of the transition between the inanimate world and the world alive. As a stepping stone in life’s evolutionary history, it’s still a place where one can see life in the making.

*           - fine art print on art paper

**         - coated archival canvas

***        - previously shown panel w/floating frame

****      - all components at hand for order

From Here and Now - Nucleus

2011 Ed.9 up to 60" wide McCoy Island, Georgian Bay, Ontario

Killarney Ridge

2011 Ed.9 up to 60" wide Killarney area of Georgian Bay, Ontario

Shoreline Study #1 B

2010 Ed.9 up to 40" wide Bastard Islands area, Georgian Bay, Ontario

Georgian Bay

2010 Ed.9 up to 60" wide Murry Rocks, Georgian Bay, Ontario

Frosty Dawn

2010 Ed.9 up to 60" wide Murry Rocks, Georgian Bay, Ontario

Frosty Shoreline

2009 Ed.9 up to 70" wide Eastern Lake, Muskoka, Ontario

Georgian Bay Evening Pines

2008 Ed.9 up to 40" wide Georgian Bay, Ontario

Tenacity

2011 Ed.6 up to 60" wide Britt area of Georgian Bay, Ontario

Evening Pines

2011 Ed.9 up to 60" wide Mink Islands, Georgian Bay, Ontario

View from Solomon Island

2010 Ed.9 up to 80" wide Killarney area, Georgian Bay, Ontario

Iron Line - Shoreline Study #4

2011 Ed.9 up to 54" wide Western Temagami region, Ontario

Shield Study 21-06

2014 Ed.6 up to 60" wide Churchill Island area, Georgian Bay, Ontario

Shield Topography #1

2013 Ed.6 up to 60" wide Voyager Chanel, French River, Ontario

Northern River

2010 Ed.9 up to 40" wide Albany River, northern Ontario

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