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Part 2 – The Algonquin Adventure

Continuing on…It’s still day 2 of our trip, February 20, 2019

Even the drive is an adventure.

Driving out of Oxtongue Rapids we picked up Highway 60 and headed east.

To put this into perspective, if you have never driven through the park on Highway 60, the drive from Huntsville to the east gate is about the same as driving from Cambridge to

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Revitalizing and Refreshing

Producing art that inspires and makes a statement requires constantly revitalizing and refreshing your mind and your vision.

Leonardo da Vinci said “Learning never exhausts the mind.”

I am currently re-reading “Drawing on the Right Side of

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100 Years After Tom Thomson

July 8, 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the death of Tom Thomson. To this day his death is a mystery. His burial location is a mystery. His talent is no mystery.

Fallen Timber is an example of Thomson’s early work

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A “new” fine art print product.

I’m excited about the new fine art prints that I am now offering. This new product will be added to by art store as well as my portrait services.

In the past two weeks I have tested the process and just delivered the first finished fine art print

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Tom Thomson & The Colorful History of Canoe Lake

Canoe Lake – Intrigues and Mysteries

I first went to Algonquin Park at approximately 10 years of age. My aunt and uncle, who were my godparents, took me with them on their annual vacation to the Muskoka area. That year Algonquin Park was a one day side trip by car. I remember the narrow

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