Description"Reminiscences in the Canadian Wilderness Series"
Navigating lagoons in the backwaters of vast reservoirs. Mid-summer twilight in the Canadian North has its own special beauty. The glow fluoresces briefly then plunges into a great deep darkening sky that dominates the landscape. Stars aplenty. On a cool clear night, the splendour of the auroras might cap a few hours of the Great White North at its most benign.
Materials: dry pastel, charcoal, and pastel pencil on acid-free Mayfair paper
Dimensions: 40 x 26in / 102 x 66cm