Long Road to Comox by Martha Jablonski-Jones
About the Artwork
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Original Size: 24″x72″
Print Size: 6″x 18″~ $100,
on canvas TBD~ $1000
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About the Artist
This interest led her from Alberta to Vancouver, where she spent time painting the urban scene: alleys, run-down buildings, massive hydro structures. I loved the character, texture, and emotional feel of old places, imprinted by human occupation.
Upon moving to Courtenay six years ago, the first thing I noticed was the walk along the estuary. I didn’t know its history, but I was intrigued by its dilapidated industrial look, and the interface of nature versus structure. Visually, it was interesting, but I always wondered how something so unlovely could occupy the heart of the city.
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