Thursday, March 31, 2011
In a somewhat similar situation to that of the Kanata Beaver Pond and South March Highlands near Ottawa, the city of St. Bruno, south of Montreal, is the scene of a dual battle to save forest and wetlands within the urban area.
The St. Bruno situation varies in the sense that the town is located adjacent to a provincial park, and, partly, on the mountain that gives the park its name, Mont Bruno.
(the painting pictured above entitled "St. Bruno Wetlands" was sold to a collector in Texas.)
Posted by Offroad Artist at 8:26 AM
Sunday, January 2, 2011
This painting, which was painted in late 2007 is the fourth painting in the Wetlands Collection.
The first three paintings in this series were all sold during the prevopis year: Uste Luga (Russia), Vembanad Wetlands (India) and Sweethall Marsh (Chesapeake Bay, U.S.A.).
Posted by Offroad Artist at 12:36 PM