Painted to raise money to help defend the Sacred Headwaters of Northern 'British Columbia', traditional territory of the Tahltan First Nation and headwaters of the Skeena, Nass and Stikine Rivers, from the oil and gas industry. Based on National Geographic Photographer Paul Colangelo's images of the Sacred Headwaters, proceeds will go to the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition. Go check out this piece and other interpretations of Paul's work at the show, hosted by the Whistler Arts Council, at The Gallery at Millenium Place in Whistler, B.C. from April 7th - June 5th. For more information on what is threatening the Sacred Headwaters, the people that live there and how you can support them, check out: skeenawatershed.com.
Oil on Wood Panel . 24" x 36" . 2014
Oil on Canvas . 22" x 28" . 2016
Oil on Wood Panel . 30" x 20". 2014
Oil on Canvas . 30" x 48" . 2013
Oil on Wood Panel . 18" x 24" . 2015
Oil on Canvas . 36" x 48" . 2012
Painted for Canada’s Raincoast at Risk: Art for an Oil-Free Coast, a Raincoast.org project. The fundraising project included some of Canada's most celebrated landscape artists to bring international attention to the potential impact of Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline on the Great Bear Rainforest, it's First-Nation Communities and the Coast of northern Cascadia...