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Welcome to Realscapes

Please wander along the trails and across the valleys until you come to rest by a stream.  Feel free to stay a while and absorb the moment.  When you leave, remember how you got here and come again whenever you need a break.

 

See my work and that of other featured artists in August at the Thunderbird Show Centre in Langley !

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Roman Ruins at El Jem

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 30" x 24"
Medium: acrylic
Support: canvas
Frame: yes
Available: yes
Artist statement: The warm sun rays bring a golden glow to the pillared ruins.
 

April near Hudson Hope

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 23" x 30.5"
Medium: acrylic
Support: canvas
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Available: yes
Artist statement: The stand of birches as they recede into the distance captured my imagination as I trekked along a bluff above the Peace River.
 

Stanley Glacier Trail

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Coloured Pencil and Ink

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Size: 16"x 20"
Medium: Coloured pencil
Support: Board
Framed: No
Available: Yes
Artist statement: I wanted to capture the effects of fierce winds that travelled up the valley to the foot of the Stanley Glacier
 

Burns Bog Trail

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Acrylics

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Size: 16" x 20"
Medium: acrylic
Support: board
Frame: yes
Available: Sold
Artist statement: I love roads and trails that stretch into the distance and in this case bordered by growth that reflected the late spring in the Burns Bog.
 

Haida Gwaii Rays

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Coloured Pencil and Ink

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Size: 18" x 23"
Medium: ink
Support: board
Framed: yes
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Artist statement: The rays of sunshine through the trees on Haida Gwaii bore witness to the mossy floor of the forest.
 

Drifted Logs

Written by Ken Nash. Posted in Coloured Pencil and Ink

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Size: 16"x 20"
Medium: coloured pencil
Support: board
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Artist statement: The randomness of the jumble of logs on a beach on the west coast of Texada Island reflected the ferocity of past storms.