View from the Courtenay Airpark #34
About the Artwork
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Original Size: 36×24
11″ x 17″ Poster ~ for a donation of $25 or more.
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36″x24″ on canvas ~ for a donation of $1000 or more.
$100 prints out of stock
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About the Artist
Bev’s parents recognized her artistic talent at a very early age and at 8 years old they enrolled her in an adult painting class. After graduating from high school in 1977, Bev furthered her studies in an oil painting course at the Banff School of Fine Arts in Alberta.
Bev is perhaps best known in the Comox Valley for her acrylic landscapes of the west coast and of Newfoundland. Her commitment to her individuality through the years has resulted in Bev developing a style uniquely her own. Her love of the land is evident through the images she projects onto paper and speak of a knowledge of her subjects at a grass roots level. In her application of the paint, images and colours are shaped with an impressionistic influence capturing the essence of the subject in flowing line and colour while also displaying a strong sense of design and balance.
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