Georgian Bay is a large beautiful body of water on Lake Huron in Ontario.
The granite rock formations and windswept Eastern White Pine are characteristic of the islands and much of the shoreline of the bay.
The rugged beauty of the area inspired landscapes by the Canadian Group of Seven artists and many more artists before and after.
For thousands of years, the shores and waterways of the Georgian Bay were, and still are, the home of the Anishinaabeg First Nations people.
The Ojibwe called this bay manidoowi-zaaga'igan.
Native stories and legends are abundant in this area and many areas are sacred to the Anishinaabeg people.
I am very lucky to live close to this beautiful clear blue water and over the years I have created a few paintings of Georgian Bay.
This particular painting is done in the Eastern Woodland native style of art.
It is painted on stretched canvas using artist grade materials.
Size: 14 x 18 inches
The canvas sides are painted also so there is no need to frame the work.
Please note that colour and clarity may differ with your monitor, and it’s much better in person.
The watermark is for listing purposes only and will NOT be on the painting .
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