Today I have a reblog from one of my other blogs, http://www.debrahunter.wordpress.com .
I have been tied up working on the Debra Hunter blog as I slowly convert it over to a website as well as a blog. The “art” section has shaped up nicely. Currently in the background I am working on the “photography” section (quite a lot of work), and then I will have “handmade” to complete. The website conversion is taking up a lot of my blogging time!
“Roe Islet Arbutus #2” is one of those paintings that came together effortlessly. Before the first paint hit the panel I knew exactly how I wanted to approach the arbutus with twists of red and moving lines.
This is one of my favorite paintings completed recently. It is part of the Roe Islet series I have been working on. Roe Islet is a protected area off North Pender Island (British Columbia, Canada). Roe Islet features arbutus and evergreen trees, rocks and amazing sea views.
Roe Islet Arbutus #2
acrylic on panel
Art by Debra Hunter