Adam's River In September
When the Salmon commence their unique journey from the ocean, to their freshwater birthplace to reproduce, it's riddled with obstacles and danger. .
The Adams River sockeye (sqleltenuw̓i) have held an important place in the lives of the Secwepemc (pronounced se-hwep-muhc) people of the Shuswap Lakes and Adams Lake (Cstelen – hiss-tal-in) for thousands of years. “Our ancestors would tell stories of the river being red with sockeye.”
|Technique:||Acrylics on Canvas|
|Contents:||Nature, Outdoors, Tree, Forest, Landscape, Abstract, Fish, River, Adamsriver, Britishcolumbia, Summer, Salmonrun, Salmon|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||48in x 36in|
Surrey, British Columbia
The support of family, friends and other artists have helped me through the joys and inevitable challenges of creating my art work. I belong to and volunteer at an Artist Guild. I visit art galleries and research artists and their works on line. I take courses both online and life.
"I paint where ever my brush takes me!"