Tundra Swans Journey to the Okanagan
It is always exciting to view the Tundra Swans wintering on Vaseux Lake, the south east side of Skaha Lake, or on the south west side of Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, during the months of November to March. The seasonal appearance of the Tundra Swans is a phenomena of nature. These large, white, swimming birds, with the long curved neck and black bill usually have a patch of yellow skin below their eye. The length of an average Tundra Swan is approximately fifty-five inches. They forage on plant material on land or in water, often in flocks that include the Trumpeter Swan.
Okanagan artist, Dorothy Tinning, combines her distinctive style of art with a sincere affection and respect for nature. She paints scenes in which the Okanagan Similkameen is reflected with a spiritual beauty and mystery. A bold use of colour, appreciation of light, and emphasis on mood, charges her work as a celebration of nature. Dorothy enjoys the outdoors immensely, and finds special places in nature. She works out of her studio in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada.
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|| Giclee (signed/numbered)||10||30.00" H x 40.00" W||$1,200.00 USD|