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Karen Blanchet Edmonton, AB


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

Coming off glaciers
water steals the warmth from air.
Don’t slip, it’s colder.

Nager interdit
car l’eau douce vient d’un glacier.
Prudence nécessaire.
Job 37 :10

Camping in Strathcona National Park our family took long walks in the woods where we encountered all sorts of adventures.

En campant dans le parc national de Strathcona, notre famille a fait de longues promenades dans les bois où nous avons rencontré toutes sortes d'aventures.

Technique:Mixed on Canvas, Acrylic, Metal, W/c Pencil, Felt & Metallic Pen
Details & Dimensions
Edition:Original, one of a kind artwork
Unframed Size:60in x 30in
Frame:Not framed
Weight:10.8lbs (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.

Karen Blanchet

Edmonton, Alberta

Karen attended Julian Ashton Art School before finishing an Honours French Degree from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia and a Professional A Teaching Certificate from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 2016 she helped organize the collective “Devenir”. Her work forms part of collections internationally.

"We live in a fractured world. This chaos is evident in my work. In between the rivulets of paint and the textural accidents I choose colours and forms to suggest a landscape where beauty continues to reign. She is essential to the survival of humanity."

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