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One of the things I like best about living in Vancouver, BC is being able to take long walks along the sea wall, poking around the rocks looking for treasures. While that gets my imagination going, what I'd really rather be doing is floating on my own little boat, like Sarah, exploring the islands that dot the coastline and having lengthy chats with the orcas.

Sarah has always been drawn to the ocean, perhaps owing to the fact that she was born (early and rather unexpectedly) aboard a fishing boat. The rocking of the waves eased her into the world ever so gently. She frequently returns to the water when she wants to relax, sitting back with her sketchbook and drawing the friendly creatures she encounters.

If the killer whales and dolphins are not to be seen that day, Sarah gazes up at the clouds instead, where she's always bound to see something interesting.

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This listing is for a print of an original painting by Kris G. Brownlee.

Size: 8" x 10" with a white border for framing
Stock: archival matte 61 lb paper
Original: painted in 2009, acrylic on canvas, SOLD
Kris G. Brownlee

Sarah and the Orca - 8x10 print

$18.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: art, ink, paper
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 377 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Vancouver, Canada
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