Haida Shores, Summer Calm is a breathtaking 36"x30" oil painting on canvas by Rod Charlesworth. This artwork captures the serene beauty of Haida shores during a calm summer day. The artist's skilled brushwork and vibrant colour palette bring the scene to life, evoking a sense of tranquillity and appreciation for the coastal landscape.
The painting is done on a high-quality canvas, providing a sturdy foundation for the artwork. With its impressive size of 36"x30", this painting will make a captivating statement piece in any room or art collection. Please note that framing options are available upon request, and the listed price reflects the artwork with a frame.
Dimensions and Details
Medium: Oil on canvas
Frame: Price includes framing
About Haida Gwaii
Haida Gwaii, previously called the Queen Charlotte Islands, is a group of islands situated off the northern coast of British Columbia, Canada. The Haida Nation, an Indigenous community with a rich cultural legacy and artistic customs, calls it home. Haida Gwaii is famous for its breathtaking natural scenery, which includes lush rainforests, unspoiled beaches, and abundant wildlife. The impact of Haida culture is evident all over the islands, with intricately carved totem poles, traditional longhouses, and vibrant works of art.
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