6 inch Tsunami
My lifetime of summer in Muskoka has meant years studying water and waves. Gentle waves on lee shore to quite fierce rollers out on the open lakes.
Tsunamis are depicted in the media only as disasters that destroy through massive sudden erosion.
Tiny tsunamis occur daily in every waterway or lake. They too erode, just more slowly. When these tsunamis hit the shores on the Canadian Shield the erosion takes eons.
This tsunami occurs every few minutes, a result of wind pushing waves or wake from passing watercraft. It covers a gleaming white quartz ledge as it rises from the
|Technique:||Watercolour on Paper|
|Styles:||Fine Art, Realism|
|Contents:||Waves, Granite, Outdoors, Sea, Water, Pool, Shoreline, Nature, Animal|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||16in x 20in|
|Unframed Size:||9.75in x 13.5in|
Nola cannot remember a time without a pencil and paper close at hand. Her works are for those seeking smaller representational works that challenge tradition.
"She challenges viewers with works that explore traditional representational images, mostly in Watercolour & Pencil Crayon, often with non traditional methods"