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Coastal Arbutus Trail

Coastal Arbutus Trail

Zoë Evamy Garibaldi Highlands, BC


Shipping Cost
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
We also offer an installment payment program and art installation services: contact us for more details.
About the Artwork

'Coastal Arbutus Trail' is inspired by an exhilarating late Summer hike along the Sechelt Peninsula on the Sunshine coast. There was an abundance of striking Arbutus trees with their distinctive peeling red bark. I was surprised to find the trees bearing fruit - edible red berries resembling strawberries. I was struck by the reddish notes contrasting with the tree's evergreen leaves, surrounded otherwise by parched vegetation.

Technique:Watercolour on Paper
Contents:Plant, Vegetation, Tree, Land, Nature, Outdoors, Woodland, Jungle, Wilderness, Grove, Rainforest, Water, Path, Oak, Sycamore, Tree Trunk
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Framed Size:26in x 34.5in
Unframed Size:19.5in x 28in
Weight:16.6lbs (estimated)
Shipping & Purchase
Free pickup is available from our Vancouver Gallery, or shipping can be provided for additional cost.
Standard shipping is via Canada Post ground. Typically, packages sent within Canada are received in 5-12 days. For expedited shipping, please contact us for a quote.
A payment program is available with three equal installments- we can work together to support artists and your budget! Contact us for details.

Zoë Evamy

Garibaldi Highlands, British Columbia

The expressive nature of water media fascinates me and forms the basis of all my work – it’s a way of thinking and problem solving for me. I particularly enjoy a flowing, slightly unpredictable approach in a variety of fluid media.

"My paintings are often an immediate and personal response to natural forms and rhythms found in the Pacific Northwest landscape."

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