I am so pleased to share with you my new Whistler Collection. When I created this collection I wanted to express how I feel about Whistler and the connection I have to this place. It's happy, it's bold, its energetic! I hope it brings back memories for you when you look at them whether you live here or have visited here Whistler steals a little of everyone's heart!
These three pieces are paired perfectly to be hung as a set and each print is also great as a stand alone image. The entire collection includes the Whisky Jack, Black Bear and Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Each one is iconic to Whistler. I can picture this in any ones home from a mountain cabin to a concreate loft in the city,
All prints (both canvas and paper) in this collection are made to order. Please allow 2 days processing time and 2 -3 weeks for printing, shipping and handling.
Full Size Collection Prints in Paper and Canvas Includes:
1 x Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains 24 x 48"
1 x Bear 16 x16"
1 x Whisky Jack 16" x 20"
Half Size Collection Prints in Paper and Canvas Includes:
1 x Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains 12 x 24"
1 x Bear 8 x8"
1 x Whisky Jack 8" x 10"
Whisky Jacks remind me of sunny days up on the mountain riding with friends or hiking up singing pass in the summer. They are just such cute little birds and a friendly little visitor!
The black bear calls Whistler home and I couldn't imagine life without them. These beautiful creatures are our neighbors and it's almost impossible not to run into them in the spring and fall in the valley when they are looking for food. We are so lucky to be able to see little cubs with their mumas turn into big fluffy adults.
Whistler has such a fun history with so many amazing characters passing through and sticking around. I first heard the term "the bubble" when I came here at 16 years old. When I was 18 I came back for a summer and swore I would never get caught in the bubble. I moved here in 2004 and have been "trapped" here ever since. What a beautiful wonderful place to be trapped in. It's taken me this long to paint the mountains. I wanted to create an image that expressed my passion for this town through colour and brush strokes and share the exuberance of the people who live here. I love all of the seasons in Whistler and so I wanted the colours to be an expression of all the seasons. I wanted this to be an art piece but wanted to make sure that you could still find your favorite ski run.