On a warm June weekend I traveled with my family deep into the back country of northern British Columbia, navigating muddy trails and rocky slopes in the Muskwa-Kechika Forest District. The best scenes are always the hardest won, and emerging from the trees at the edge of this grassy lake, we paused to take in the tranquility and the fresh air, thankful to be alive.
I think I’m always thankful to be alive when I savour the beauty in the world, and painting has provided infinite opportunities to marvel at creation.
“Mountain Marsh Lake Study” measures 6″ x 9″ inches. Watercolour on paper. Ships insured.