This mountain scene features fireweed wildflowers blooming in a burned-out forest. Fireweed often are the first flowers to bloom in regions that have been ravaged by forest fires. This makes them a beautiful symbol of hope, rebirth, and renewal.
Part of a series called “Wildflowers 2”, it features a collection of spectacular floral landscapes, hand painted on silk, inspired by the Canadian Rocky Mountains and foothills.
Other wildflower images in this series are available in 5" x 7" art cards, 11" x 14" prints, magnets, and coasters.
Disappearing monuments of the prairies, grain elevators were once found all over the farm lands. This image has a bright, yet nostalgic feel with rich, warm colours. Originally hand-painted on...
A special, stand-alone piece, this magnet features a view of the Edmonton river valley. Depicts a number of notable downtown buildings, including the Muttart Conservatory, Hotel MacDonald, the Shaw Conference Centre,...
Part of the Rocky Mountain Vistas series, this image features majestic mountain peaks overlooking a valley, where a river flows through a dense evergreen forest. Each magnet is a fine reproduction of...