Grey Day in Vancouver Hardcover Journal
Make your everyday journaling more personal, private, and stylish with this matte hardcover journal. Grey Day in Vancouver Hardcover Journal is available in 5.75 inch x 8 inch size of 75 lined single pages. The matte laminate coating on the cover will make them stay true to your personal style. Original Artwork of ‘Grey Day in Vancouver’ by Wendy Johnson.
.: Full wraparound print
.: 75 lined single pages
.: Matte finish
.: Case wrap binding
.: Note: 0.5″x0.5″ production barcode visible on the back cover
Vancouver is located in the Southwest of British Columbia, Canada. It is one of the wettest Canadian cities. Typically, gray days are normal in Vancouver from November until April. But the rain keeps the grass green and Vancouver even more beautiful.
Vancouver is consistently named as one of the top five worldwide cities for livability and quality of life. Therefore, it ranked among the top ten of the world’s most well-living cities for ten consecutive years. However, Vancouver also ranks as the most expensive city to live in Canada. And as the fourth-most expensive housing market globally.
Wendy is a long time resident of Maple Ridge. Her work with dogs and a love of nature and nature’s animals inspired her to begin a journey into the art world.
Starting a bit later in life painting became an outlet for emotions and she leaves a little of herself in each painting.
She is known for capturing the expression, personality, and soul of the animal or pet she is painting. “ The eyes are the window to the soul”
Her paintings have a bit of a different perspective. Most are on black and positioned on the canvas in an interesting way with close ups and cropped images.
Wendy began doing commissions of family pets and then branched out to all forms of animals and wildlife.
Wendy paints primarily in acrylics and certainly also enjoys pastels, graphite and charcoal.
Although all of images are color compatible for viewing online, most computer monitors vary in their color configurations. The images that you see may not have accurate color representation.