Hot dogs and marshmallows, not much is as exciting as a campfire for the grandkids. The oldest gets warm sticky marshmallow in her hair, and the little one runs off with the lighter, laughing with glee. One wants to throw every stick into the fire and the other cries when she gets smoke in her eyes. Then when it gets dark, they sit cuddled up in your lap, still and quiet, mesmerized by the flames.
|Technique:||Acrylic on Canvas|
|Styles:||Fine Art, Realism, Photorealism, Modern|
|Contents:||Campfire, Camping, Landscape, Fire, Bonfire, Flame, Nature, Still Life|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||13in x 13in x 1in|
|Unframed Size:||12in x 12in|
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."