This print in based on a painting I did of a scene I saw when my family hiked around a lovely trail in the Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada this past summer.
Someone had made an inuksuk (also spelled inukshuk), a stacked-stone navigational landmark with a human form, on the shore just off the trail we were walking on. These stone landmarks originated with the Inuit and other people who inhabit the Arctic region of North America.
I love the way it looks like the inuksuk is admiring the landscape.
I spend ages on my prints making sure that they are as close as possible to my original work. They really do look like my watercolors.
Unframed archival print
Paper Size: 8 x 10 inches
Image Size: approximately 4¾ x 6¾ inches
Materials: Epson Ultrachrome Inks on beautiful Japanese Velvet Fine Art Paper (100% cotton rag, 260 g/m², 19 mil)
The image has been sized to fit perfectly in a 8 x 10 inch mat with a 5 x 7 inch opening.
All monitors are slightly different so the colors appearing on your screen may be slightly different than those of the print.
Purchase of a print does not transfer reproduction rights. Copyright remains with me, the artist, at all times. © Kathleen Maunder 2013