Watercolor Bookmarks

Hiking Cape Chignecto, Bay of Fundy Watercolor, Watercolor landscape, watercolor bookmark, ocean art, Nova Scotia art, Landscape bookmark

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    In July of 2022 I had the pleasure of hiking the 52km trail at Cape Chignecto Provincial Park in Nova Scotia. It was a beautiful experience and I feel so blessed to have been able to visit this remote area in my lovely home province. During the 2nd day of the adventure it was gloomy and rainy but nothing could dampen the trails beauty! This is a painting of two hikers on the trail before Key Hole Brooke. The original watercolor painting is on Above Ground cold pressed paper with Mungyo paint and sealed with an archival varnish.

    *I try and take all my photos to truly show what the item is like in real life, but due to different devices, screens, cameras and brightness levels, there may be some slight variations.

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