Built by the early pioneers is a 10" x 12" oil painting by Peter Shostak created on Canvas. Peter Shostak is a poignant homage to the settlers who shaped the landscape and culture of the Western Canadian prairies. Depicted against a starry night sky, the painting features a solitary church, its architecture reminiscent of Eastern European influences, standing resilient amidst the snow-covered prairies. Illuminated by a soft glow, the church not only represents a place of worship and a communal labour of love but also a beacon of faith for the community that built it. The snow-clad trees and the crisp winter air captured in Shostak's painting reflect the quiet solitude and the enduring spirit of the early pioneers.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 10" x 12" (The outside framed dimensions are 12.75" x 14.75")
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: The artist has framed this painting and it is reflected in the listed price.
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