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Red House
Red House

Up the hill from our house was a gorgeous blueberry field that overlooked the bay of Fundy. I thought the people who lived in this house were the luckiest people in the world for being able to see such a view from their window! This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click here for details and purchase information:

http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-red-house

Wild Blueberry Field at Dusk
Wild Blueberry Field at Dusk

This is what I saw walking home one evening after an afternoon of picking berries. It was one of those jaw-dropping moments where I just had to stop and draw what I saw there. From the field, you can see the Bay of Fundy in the distance, although just barely. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click for details and purchase information:

 http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-wild-blueberry-field-at-dusk

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Lupin Fields
Lupin Fields

I found this field one bright summer afternoon looking for nothing in particular. It was one of the most spectacular views I had ever seen--lupins that stretched on either side of forever. Since then, anyone who comes for a visit, I bring them to see this. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display. 

Click here for details and purchase information: http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-lupin-fields

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Red Cliffs at Dawn
Red Cliffs at Dawn

These are the cliffs beside the place where we lived in Nova Scotia. The tides expose something new in the cliffs, making it a fun place to find new fossils. But here I wanted to just capture the dawn's light on the rocks, and the wild spectrum of colors it creates. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click here for details and purchase information: http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-red-cliffs-at-dawn

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Driftwood Fence
Driftwood Fence

This piece was created overlooking the property where we lived in Nova Scotia. The brightness and vibrant colors of the outdoors there was a great inspiration for me. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click here for details and purchase information: 

http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-driftwood-fence

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Red House

Up the hill from our house was a gorgeous blueberry field that overlooked the bay of Fundy. I thought the people who lived in this house were the luckiest people in the world for being able to see such a view from their window! This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click here for details and purchase information:

http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-red-house

Wild Blueberry Field at Dusk

This is what I saw walking home one evening after an afternoon of picking berries. It was one of those jaw-dropping moments where I just had to stop and draw what I saw there. From the field, you can see the Bay of Fundy in the distance, although just barely. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click for details and purchase information:

 http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-wild-blueberry-field-at-dusk

Lupin Fields

I found this field one bright summer afternoon looking for nothing in particular. It was one of the most spectacular views I had ever seen--lupins that stretched on either side of forever. Since then, anyone who comes for a visit, I bring them to see this. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display. 

Click here for details and purchase information: http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-lupin-fields

Red Cliffs at Dawn

These are the cliffs beside the place where we lived in Nova Scotia. The tides expose something new in the cliffs, making it a fun place to find new fossils. But here I wanted to just capture the dawn's light on the rocks, and the wild spectrum of colors it creates. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click here for details and purchase information: http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-red-cliffs-at-dawn

Driftwood Fence

This piece was created overlooking the property where we lived in Nova Scotia. The brightness and vibrant colors of the outdoors there was a great inspiration for me. This is a pastel on watercolor paper and will need a frame for display.

Click here for details and purchase information: 

http://www.ugallery.com/pastel-artwork-driftwood-fence

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