Rocky Shores of Hicks Lake
Rocks. I find I have a fascination with them. They represent strength, resilience and yes, a sense of beauty. I love the contrast of their sharp, hard, gray surface with the soft, fluttery, green leaves on the branches that grow amongst them. The pair seem to have a bond of friendship, sharing the space, and sharing the struggles of life together. These Rocks and Bushes are found on the shoreline of Hicks Lake. A favourite place for me to visit over the years with my family. Lots of memories buried in their crevices.
|Technique:||Ink Drawing on Wood|
|Styles:||Fine Art, Realism|
|Contents:||Rocks, Leaves, Black, Cream, Inkdrawing, Nature, Seascape, Wood, Landscape, Waterscape|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||12in x 24in|
Wendy Mould, AFCA
Langley, British Columbia
Wildlife Artist Wendy Mould is excited to share her joy and love for the secrets of nature found along a West Coast Trail: the glowing mosses hanging from the trees, a deer drinking quietly at the creek, or a Bald Eagle watching over the Tidal Pools.
"Walking the trail nourishes the soul, frees the spirit and puts life in perspective."