Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper
Amy Dixon art artist edmonton - Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24, 24x48 painting mountain original art canmore banff jasper

Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24

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Icefields Parkway Peak, 36x24 inches. 

This original abstract mountain painting is painted on 1 1/2" deep gallery wrapped canvas. The sides are painted deep blue. This piece is inspired by a mountain along the Icefields Parkway, somewhere either in Banff or Jasper National Park. The sky is textured to give the illusion of fluffy clouds. 

Signed on the front, and signed and dated on back.

It's sealed and protected with 2 layers of satin varnish.

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About

Amy Dixon is an Edmonton-based visual artist. Finding early inspiration in the mountain and ocean vistas of her childhood in Nova Scotia, she is drawn to natural beauty and place in her art. In 2009, Amy exchanged raging waters for vast prairie skies when she settled in Edmonton, Alberta. She has since been captivated by the yellows, blues, and pinks of Albertan summers as much as by the comforting stillness of frigid, untouched fields of snow. Her desire to express beauty has extended beyond Canada and her travels around the world have influenced much of her work. Working primarily in acrylic, Amy has showcased her abstract and landscape paintings locally and across Western Canada.