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FRAMED ArtCard Print - "Okanagan Summer" Okanagan Lake Scene by Mal Gagnon

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Original/ Reproduction: Artwork Reproduction
Original Medium: Watercolor
Artist: Mal Gagnon
Signed: Title and signature printed under image
Edition Type: Open Edition
Print Type: Offset Litho
Subject: Okanagan Lake Scene
Style: Realism
Image Size: 5"x 7"
Frame Size: 10"x 12"
Frame Material: Polystyrene
Frame Color: Black w/ inside Silver Lip
Matting: Double Whitecore mats
Mat Colors: Top- Olde Tan, Bottom- Smoke
Glass: Regular 2mm glass
Other: Corrugated backing, dust cover, hanger.



THE SCENE - The magnetic attraction of the Okanagan Valley is evident by the thousands of visitors who vacation here each year. Famous for its breathtaking geography, natural resources and moderate climate the growth of its industries and culture has made it one of the most desirable areas in all of Canada. Summers are generally long with hot sunny days and cool comfortable evenings while the winter months are relatively short and mild. This climate is conducive to the thriving recreation and tourist oriented industries. While tourism is one of the cornerstones of Kelowna's industry, agriculture, manufacturing and commerce provide a diverse economic base from which the city and surrounding areas continue to prosper.

THE PRINT - "Okanagan Summer" has been reproduced from an original watercolor painting by British Columbia Artist Mal Gagnon in 1992. The ArtCard Print has been reproduced by the 4-Color Offset printing process on a quality heavy acid free stock in a 200 LPI screen.

THE ARTIST - Mal Gagnon was born in Vanguard, Saskatchewan and received his formal art training at The Alberta College of Art in Calgary, Alberta. His major was in Advertising Art and later switching to Fine Art. In 1988 he moved to the beautiful Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. His popular detailed painting style has led to multiple private and corporate commissions among which include mining companies, financial institutions, insurance companies, golf clubs, wineries and real estate. His passion for the Okanagan Valley is evident in his many watercolor and acrylic paintings that depict the beautiful landscape of the region.

SHIPPING DETAILS - Flat Fee shipping in Canada and USA...$10. Each framed artcard print is promptly professionally packaged and shipped. E-mail notified at time of sending with tracking number if available.
ITEM DETAILS

Original/ Reproduction: Artwork Reproduction
Original Medium: Watercolor
Artist: Mal Gagnon
Signed: Title and signature printed under image
Edition Type: Open Edition
Print Type: Offset Litho
Subject: Okanagan Lake Scene
Style: Realism
Image Size: 5"x 7"
Frame Size: 10"x 12"
Frame Material: Polystyrene
Frame Color: Black w/ inside Silver Lip
Matting: Double Whitecore mats
Mat Colors: Top- Olde Tan, Bottom- Smoke
Glass: Regular 2mm glass
Other: Corrugated backing, dust cover, hanger.



THE SCENE - The magnetic attraction of the Okanagan Valley is evident by the thousands of visitors who vacation here each year. Famous for its breathtaking geography, natural resources and moderate climate the growth of its industries and culture has made it one of the most desirable areas in all of Canada. Summers are generally long with hot sunny days and cool comfortable evenings while the winter months are relatively short and mild. This climate is conducive to the thriving recreation and tourist oriented industries. While tourism is one of the cornerstones of Kelowna's industry, agriculture, manufacturing and commerce provide a diverse economic base from which the city and surrounding areas continue to prosper.

THE PRINT - "Okanagan Summer" has been reproduced from an original watercolor painting by British Columbia Artist Mal Gagnon in 1992. The ArtCard Print has been reproduced by the 4-Color Offset printing process on a quality heavy acid free stock in a 200 LPI screen.

THE ARTIST - Mal Gagnon was born in Vanguard, Saskatchewan and received his formal art training at The Alberta College of Art in Calgary, Alberta. His major was in Advertising Art and later switching to Fine Art. In 1988 he moved to the beautiful Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. His popular detailed painting style has led to multiple private and corporate commissions among which include mining companies, financial institutions, insurance companies, golf clubs, wineries and real estate. His passion for the Okanagan Valley is evident in his many watercolor and acrylic paintings that depict the beautiful landscape of the region.

SHIPPING DETAILS - Flat Fee shipping in Canada and USA...$10. Each framed artcard print is promptly professionally packaged and shipped. E-mail notified at time of sending with tracking number if available.

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FRAMED ArtCard Print - "Okanagan Summer" Okanagan Lake Scene by Mal Gagnon

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