Brickyard Bay Evening Glow
Not For Sale
This is a painting of our beloved, small, Community Park in Nanoose Bay. It was a quick reaction to a photo posted by my golfing friend Cristal Ironside – Photo Credit with permission. I have taken exactly the same photo wintertime struck by the three young arbutus seedlings growing and surviving such hostile growing environment. On clear days, in this particular spot, we can see the distant peaks of Mt. Baker on the US side. Cristal’s photo also captured what welcomes us on this particular new memorial bench – the evening glow on arbutus bark paired with dried grasses and heat emulating form the rocks collecting heat all day.
|Technique:||Oil on 1.5" Stretched Canvas|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||12in x 16in|
|Unframed Size:||12in x 16in|
Dorota Mariola Goede B.Arch.
Nanoose Bay, British Columbia
Mohawk College Faculty Professor Emeritus, Dorota Goede studied and taught drawing, sketching, design, drafting, and advanced 3D CAD. She is currently living in Nanoose Bay enjoying nature, creative arts, gardening, golfing, and sailing. Goede holds Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Toronto,1989, and Honors Architectural Technology Diploma.
""Color the World""