Island Inlet, Near Ucluelet is a captivating 18"x36" oil painting on 1.5" canvas by Rod Charlesworth. This artwork beautifully captures a scenic Vancouver Island landscape. The artist's skillful brushwork and use of oil paints bring depth, texture, and vibrant colours to the painting, creating a captivating visual experience. The 18"x36" size of the canvas allows for a detailed portrayal of the landscape's beauty.
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Medium: Oil on canvas
Ucluelet is a Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) word most known as ‘People of the Safe Harbour.’ More accurately Ucluelet People, lit. ‘Dwellers of the Protected Place Inside.’ The Ucluth peninsula has been inhabited by the Yuu-tluth-aht Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ people as far back as 4,300+ years ago.
If you would like to learn more about Ucluelet and its Indigenous peoples, you can visit the Discover Ucluelet website.
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