September Shores, Ingraham Trail is a captivating 60"x30" oil on canvas painting by Rod Charlesworth. This artwork showcases the beauty and tranquillity of the September shores along the Ingraham Trail. The artist's use of oil paints and meticulous brushwork brings the scene to life, capturing the essence of the picturesque landscape. The deep profile canvas with finished black edges adds depth and a polished look to the artwork. The large canvas size allows for an immersive viewing experience, making a bold statement in any space.
Dimensions and Details
Medium: Oil on canvas
Canvas Profile: Deep profile with finished black edges
Frame: Not included
Location: Ingraham Trail
The Ingraham Trail Route begins in Yellowknife and extends 70 km/43.5 miles to Tibbitt Lake. It is a scenic route that winds through Precambrian landscape, offering breathtaking vistas of lakes, forests, and ancient rocks. Along the way, you'll find lakes, campgrounds, picnic sites, and boat launches, providing opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, canoeing, boating, swimming, fishing, and bird watching.
For more information about the Ingraham Trail, visit the official website (opens in a new window).
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