Winter in the Shuswap brings about different activities and views that are not as well known as the boating, swimming, and water sports in the Shuswap, but still fun and beautiful in their own right. Nothing looks more Christmasy than frosted cedars, large snowflakes falling, or the holiday decorated halls and markets that scatter the Shuswap area. Winter hiking is a new adventure and the clodding of snowshoes makes that hike even more of a challenge. Bundle up and look out for the beauty. Take some photos of the wonders of winter! Think like an artist….look at the light, colors, and textures and how it changes with the season. To help enjoy the coming of our winter season, we’ve compiled a number of painting that help depict the beauty of winter!
Pat Taylor -Polar Bear – Acrylic $500
Claudia Nicholson – See the Forest 8×10 Acrylic and Gesso SOLD
Karen Barter – Winter’s Light on the Shuswap 24″ x 40″ Acrylic on canvas NFS
Joey Nash – Arctic Adonis 12×16 Oil $4500
Becky McMahon – Sentinel 13″ x 18″ Watercolour on Mulberry Paper; $650
Claudia Nicholson – Memories ” Acrylic – Sold
Claudia Nicholson Early Bird – Acrylic 8×10″ SOLD
Judi Reglin – Sunlight in the Forest Mixed Media $50
Honorable mention of other 3 members that were tied in votes for the opportunity of draw for Linda Becker Award. Judy Mackenzie’s “In the Canyon”
Claudia Nicholson – A Long Way Home 8×10″ Acrylic -framed in Shuswap Barnboard $90
Claudia Nicholson – Winter Memories 8×10 Acrylic $45
Claudia Nicholson – 8×10 Acrylic framed with Shuswap Barnboard $90
Carrie George – Rocky Mountain 11×14 Oil, framed NFS
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Thanks for sharing!