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I picked out the triptych image choices for my grant project. Leave a comment below and help me choose which one I will paint!
1. Cathedral Grove forest - ok I know Cathedral Grove has been closed due to the Pandemic, but it is such an iconic spot to stop here in Central Vancouver Island, I just had to include it! This is an image I took awhile back, but I've been meaning to paint it for quite some time and I think it would be wonderful as a large scale triptych.
2. The Pulteney Point Lighthouse on Malcom Island - ok its not Central Vancouver island, but since I was recently taking so many trips up north island I felt this one needed to be included. Because really, who doesn't love the mysterious appeal of a lighthouse?!
3. San Josef Bay - once again, not Central Vancouver Island but North Island, but this location was suggested more than once so I figured I should include it. If you haven't yet seen San Josef Bay it is worth a visit. The trail in is pleasant, the beach is beautiful, and the rock formations are so unique.
4. Florencia Bay in Ucluelet - Yay, an one extra one! I didn't have time to get out there this month, but Florencia Bay is one of my favourite west coast beaches. I had such a great time painting "Origin" that I thought doing something similar on an even larger scale would be fantastic! Er, minus the snow of course.
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