The Space Between Here & Now / triptych 24" x 96" /acrylic
This painting looked so great on Nancy & Larry's wall that I didn't want to take it down this morning. However, it's back in the van and on its way to Saskatchewan where I originally saw this captivating small white building out in the golden wheat fields.
After a delicious sunrise breakfast in the sun room, I packed up the van and hit the road again. I drove out of Timmins and headed West on 101 to Wawa, a very remote and winding road. I am constantly being warned about moose on the highway, I haven't seen any live ones yet only the unlucky ones being transported home by hunters on top of their pick-ups. Most of the 3 hour drive to Wawa I was completely alone on the highway.
When the sun came out from behind a cloud, it nearly took my breath away as I came round a corner and it lit up one of the dozens of lakes that I drove by.
This enormous body of water feels so alive as it interacts with the clouds, sky and light.
I came upon the cliffs of Red Rock in the late afternoon sunlight. Unfortunately there was no safe place to stop and photograph the VERY red rock but these give a bit of an idea of what they were like.