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On the Edge

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 30" x 40"
Medium: acrylic
Support: canvas
Frame: gal. wrapped
Available: Sold
Artist statement: The sliver of clear sky framed by ominous clouds and a dusky foreground.
 
 

Pond Shadows

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 24.5" x 30.5"
Medium: Acrylic
Support: Board
Framed: Yes
Artist statement: Although this painting cannot be considered to be classically composed, I still wanted to capture the enduring nature of the log and the shadows created by its span over the pond.
 
 
 

Red Muscle

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 16" x 20"
Medium: acrylic
Support: canvas
Framed: No
Available: Yes
Artist statement: A beautiful reflection on the fender of this 1967 Camaro frozen in time.
 

Pond Musing

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 24.5" x 30.5"
Medium: acrylic
Support: board
Frame: No
Available: Sold
Artist statement: Peering through the dead cedars along the edge of a pond on Texada Island was the backdrop for this acrylic painting. Very little colour emerged in this scene which reflected the dying growth other than the bright flowers in the foreground.
 
 

Quiet Waters

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 12" x 24""
Medium: acrylic
Support: canvas
Frame: gal. wrapped
Available: No (donated)
Artist statement: A still morning in Saltery Bay
 

Reflections

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 24" x 30"
Medium: acrylic
Support: canvas
Frame: yes
Available: yes
Artist statement: A slowly moving creek in Peace River country generated an amazing reflection of a forest grove on its placid surface.