Faces in the Grotto

Date:2004

Located on the Georgian Bay shoreline in Bruce National Park, Cypress Lake campground. The Grotto cave was carved from the rock face by centuries of waves beating on the porous dolomite of the cliffs. At least two underwater entrances lead into the Grotto from the Bay.

The rocks form a fascinating mosaic and in the painting have been modified to reveal many hidden images. Much like gazing at clouds, how many faces and figures can you find?

Mixed media archival pigments and dimensional acrylic on archival canvas based on an original photograph taken by the artist. The finished mixed media paintings are each unique and original and individually signed by the artist. The finished picture should last for many generations.

18"X24" and 24"X36" pieces are on canvas mounted on stretcher bars ready for framing. A black border on the side of the stretcher bars provides a finished appearance that can be used without framing. 9"X12" pieces are mounted on a hardboard backing, ready for framing. The 8"X10" prints are mounted on 11"x14" black matting, ready for framing.

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Faces in the Grotto