Description

On a calm summer evening a pod of Orca swim through the Salish Sea. Stretching from Desolation Sound in British Columbia south to Puget Sound in Washington State, the Salish Sea also encompasses the bodies of water known as Georgia Straight and the Straight of Juan de Fuca. This region is home to the Southern Resident Killer Whale (or SRKW for short). These whales are a unique subspecies of a larger population of Orcinus orca found in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean and form tight family groups that eat chinook salmon.

In this scene we see members of the Southern Resident group K-Pod heading south through the Salish Sea, with the Gulf Islands and larger Vancouver Island in the background. Set against the warm golden colors of sunset, with contrasting blues and purples of the impending night.

*Cards will be available soon!

 

Cards are $5 each or 5 for $20

  • Printed on high quality card stock
  • Blank inside with envelope included
  • All original prints
  • Made in Canada

Matted Prints are standard sizes in a double white mat $40

  • Giclees printed on archival cotton fine art paper
  • Acid, lignin and chlorine free
  • High quality Epson inks
  • Double mat fits standard frame sizes
  • Made in Canada

Canvas Prints – various sizes and prices

  • Archival cotton canvas Giclee prints stretched over 1.5″ wide wooden stretcher bars
  • Additional coating of museum grade protective UV varnish
  • Basis Weight: 430 gsm, Material: Cotton, Surface Finish: Satin, Thickness: 23 mil
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Edition limited to 150 prints
  • Signed by the artist and embellished with fresh paint
  • Wired and ready to hang
  • Printed in Vancouver, BC to the highest modern printing standards
  • Made in Canada

Additional information

Media

Canvas Print, Matted Print, Card

Size

12" x 18", 18" x 24", 20" x 26", 24" x 32", 5" x 7", 8″ x 11″ print in 11″ x 14″ mat

On a calm summer evening a pod of Orca swim through the Salish Sea. Stretching from Desolation Sound in British Columbia south to Puget Sound in Washington State, the Salish Sea also encompasses the bodies of water known as Georgia Straight and the Straight of Juan de Fuca. This region is home to the Southern Resident Killer Whale (or SRKW for short). These whales are a unique subspecies of a larger population of Orcinus orca found in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean and form tight family groups with a culture that eats chinook salmon.

‘Sunset Swim’ 2021 – 18″x24″ – acrylic on canvas – (original sold)

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Description

On a calm summer evening a pod of Orca swim through the Salish Sea. Stretching from Desolation Sound in British Columbia south to Puget Sound in Washington State, the Salish Sea also encompasses the bodies of water known as Georgia Straight and the Straight of Juan de Fuca. This region is home to the Southern Resident Killer Whale (or SRKW for short). These whales are a unique subspecies of a larger population of Orcinus orca found in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean and form tight family groups that eat chinook salmon.

In this scene we see members of the Southern Resident group K-Pod heading south through the Salish Sea, with the Gulf Islands and larger Vancouver Island in the background. Set against the warm golden colors of sunset, with contrasting blues and purples of the impending night.

*Cards will be available soon!

 

Cards are $5 each or 5 for $20

  • Printed on high quality card stock
  • Blank inside with envelope included
  • All original prints
  • Made in Canada

Matted Prints are standard sizes in a double white mat $40

  • Giclees printed on archival cotton fine art paper
  • Acid, lignin and chlorine free
  • High quality Epson inks
  • Double mat fits standard frame sizes
  • Made in Canada

Canvas Prints – various sizes and prices

  • Archival cotton canvas Giclee prints stretched over 1.5″ wide wooden stretcher bars
  • Additional coating of museum grade protective UV varnish
  • Basis Weight: 430 gsm, Material: Cotton, Surface Finish: Satin, Thickness: 23 mil
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Edition limited to 150 prints
  • Signed by the artist and embellished with fresh paint
  • Wired and ready to hang
  • Printed in Vancouver, BC to the highest modern printing standards
  • Made in Canada

Additional information

Media

Canvas Print, Matted Print, Card

Size

12" x 18", 18" x 24", 20" x 26", 24" x 32", 5" x 7", 8″ x 11″ print in 11″ x 14″ mat