Accidental Beach is a 36"x36" acrylic on canvas painting by Fraser Brinsmead created on a deep profile canvas. This vibrant work of art captures an ephemeral moment in Edmonton's history when a new accidental beach emerged along the North Saskatchewan River and near the Cloverdale neighbourhood in 2017 and 2018. The beach, though short in duration, quickly became a popular destination for Edmontonians. The painting presents a scene of the beach, complete with a view of the new Tawatinâ LRT bridge and Edmontonians enjoying the river.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 36"x36" on a deep profile canvas
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Display: The artwork is painted on a deep profile canvas with black finished edges and is intended to be displayed unframed.
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