Enhance your decor with large framed wall art by Canadian artist Catherine McKinnon! This framed giclee boat print, "Ghost Canoe", will lend a contemporary, modern style to your home and office with its white canoe set against a blue foreground and black background.
Bring your lake house print to life with museum-quality frames and mats:
giclee print reproduced on archival matte fine art paper
frames assembled by our expert framing staff
packaged and shipped to your door
delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails
choice of black or white frames; white mat or no mat
A Note on Archival Matte Paper
This heavy-weight matte finish fine art paper is long-lasting and versatile. We use it for your print because it is engineered for high contrast and crisp reproduction of high-res images. Also, this paper is neutral white and is ideal for nautical art applications. In addition, it is acid-free for archival longevity. 230 gsm / 9.5 mil
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"Ghost Canoe" is a painting by contemporary Canadian artist Catherine McKinnon. This canoeing art depicts a ghostly white canoe floating on calm, abstract water. The painting captures the essence of Canadian wilderness and showcases McKinnon's mastery of color and composition.
One of the most striking elements of the work is the use of color. The white canoe stands out against the blues of the coastal landscape, drawing the viewer's eye towards it.
The color creates a sense of atmosphere and quiet peace, making the canoe appear almost as if it is about to embark on a spiritual journey.
The composition of the canoeing art is also noteworthy. McKinnon has positioned the canoe off-center, creating a sense of balance and harmony between the natural landscape and the hand-made object. The positioning also suggests a sense of movement.
The empty space around the canoe invites the viewer to imagine themselves in the scene, as if they are the ones about to embark on a journey.
The calmness of the water also adds to the work's tranquility. The scene is almost idyllic, offering a moment of respite from the chaos of everyday life.
In addition to its atmospheric qualities, "Ghost Canoe" also speaks to larger themes about the relationship between humans and nature. The canoe, a symbol of human ingenuity and exploration, is juxtaposed against the unspoiled beauty of the natural world.
In conclusion, through her use of color, composition, and light, McKinnon creates a scene in "Ghost Canoe" that is both tranquil and energetic, inviting the viewer to imagine themselves in the minimalist print.
About the Artist
Catherine McKinnon is a marine artist from Nova Scotia, Canada. She has always been drawn to the ocean, wooden boats and the visual imagery of maritime life. Her coastal art depicts the majesty and beauty of the sea and the boats and ships that navigate its waters.
McKinnon's passion for nautical painting led her to study fine arts at the Rhode Island School of Design. During her time there, she continued to explore her interest in the ocean through her drawings and paintings.
Minimalist Coastal Art Style
She developed her own unique style of nautical art which is semi abstract, yet representational. She is particularly drawn to the colors and textures of the sea. As a result, her art reflects this through the use of vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes.
In addition to her art, McKinnon is a wooden schooner owner, a sailor and a fiddler. Also a passionate advocate for ocean conservation, she is a "Wavemaker" with Oceana, an international organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the world’s oceans on a global scale.
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