Here an animal skull rests with giant teeth looking menacing. However, even with such ferocious jaws, the skull itself dictates that the creature did not survive. Old age? Selection of the wild? We don't know. But everything lives, and everything dies. The darkness surrounding the skull is to symbolize mystery, not necessarily darkness or menace, but the unknown. The broad and loose strokes of paint lack detail, and also give it the skull a basic shape but no more. No more is known, so details are lost.
I live on the west coast of Canada, a place full of wild adventure and bold colors. I’m the daughter of a lighthouse keeper, so I was born on a tiny island in the middle of the ocean where groceries were delivered by helicopter and trips to town meant riding with the Coast Guard.
I’m still an island girl, just on a bigger island now. Basically a plaid wearing, often distracted, paddle-boarding, crooked haired, not-so-trendy go-getter who loves to travel.
I feel most inspired when I’m mixing mediums and experimenting with combinations. My life on the west coast ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.