Where the Rivers Meet is a 48" x 36" oil painting by Cameron Bird, rendered on canvas. his artwork depicts the intersection of natural and cultural themes, a recurring motif in Bird's work. The painting showcases a totem pole that stands out in the foreground, set against a lush landscape, representing the merging of human heritage and the pristine wilderness of Canada. Bird's impasto technique adds texture and depth to the canvas, while his use of contrasting colours emphasizes the intricate details of the totem and the peaceful background.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 48" x 36"
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: This painting is meant to hang unframed and is painted on 1 1/2" gallery wrap canvas with black edges
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