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Prest Barn

$400.00

 

24 inches x 36 inches
Limited Edition Giclee Canvas Print – signed/numbered
Gallery Wrap
By Laura Levitsky

1 in stock

Description

PREST BARN

Prest Barn print measures at 24 inch x 36 inch

Limited Edition Giclee Gallery Wrap Canvas Print – signed/numbered

This barn was a very popular scene for Chilliwack residents, photographers and artists.  Located on Prest Road in Chilliwack near the hillside to Promontory. I watched this barn get torn down by hand, piece by piece.  Consequently, there’s always some mystery that rests with an old barn.  Above all, I’m glad I could preserve it in my own way.

ABOUT LAURA

Laura Levitsky, a Canadian nature and wildlife artist. Laura has been recognized by both provincial and national wildlife organizations for her spectacular depictions of the natural world.

A passionate conservationist, some of her work is produced to promote and raise funds for conservation.  She hopes her work engages and motivates viewers to appreciate and protect the natural world and its habitats.

Laura painted and sketched throughout her school years. However, it wasn’t until the fall of ‘99 when she began turning her love for painting into a career.  She quickly became recognized as one of BC’s representational wildlife painters. Earning numerous distinctions including Ducks Unlimited Canada Waterfowl Stamp and Print 2015 & 2018.  Also, Artists for Conservation Medal of Excellence, BC Wildlife Federation Artist of the Year. Laura has also has Awards of Excellence and People’s Choice Awards from many of the juried art shows.  Laura’s prints can be found in private collections across Canada and the United States.

Although all of images are color compatible for viewing online, most computer monitors vary in their color configurations and the images that you see may not have accurate color representation.

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 36 × 2 in

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