A Path Through the Woods
It was supposed to be a path through the woods. We worked so hard to create a charming trail through the back of our property. We hacked through underbrush, sawed heavy limbs off of fallen trees, and laid out planks through the marshy sections, all to no avail. It was so swampy from autumn to spring that the planks ended up floating around and settled where ever they wanted, and I lost a shoe. When we could finally push our way into the forest in the dry summer, the underbrush was so thick we got lost. But despite all this,
|Technique:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Contents:||Tree, Plant, Vegetation, Land, Outdoors, Pattern, Explore, Forest|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||31in x 47in x 2in|
Sheila Van Delft
Langley, British Columbia
Sheila Van Delft is a visual artist who paints landscape and wildlife with sensitivity and thoughtfulness and hopes to bring a little of the wilds into the homes of her collectors. Her images include a wide variety of subjects such as mountains, forests, lakes, rivers, and BC birds and wildlife.
"I have been an artist since I was a child and can’t imagine my life without painting. My favourite subjects to paint are landscape and wildlife so it’s amazing to be able to paint what I see around me every day."