Art of Canada 2017

Cindy Welsh, Boot and Chaps, acrylic, 18 x 24.

Cindy Welsh, Boot and Chaps, acrylic, 18 x 24.

The world’s second-largest country in land area, Canada boasts a plethora of geographical features as wide-ranging as the people and cultures within its provinces and territories. Given its sheer size, natural beauty, and inspiring diversity, it’s no wonder the Great White North is home to many fine artists. In the following pages, we present a sampling of Canadian painters who portray everything from corner cafés and city streets to wildlife and equestrian themes. You’ll also find landscapes, cloudscapes, and seascapes. Journey from Nova Scotia in the east to British Columbia in the west, and along the way, discover Canada’s splendor.

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