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12" x 16"    Acrylic    Canvas stretched on 1/2" deep frame, varnished, ready to hang


Lynne enjoys exploring the Bruce Peninsula through her camera lens and then using acrylic paint to create an engaging visual representation of the inspiring nature surrounding her. Mindful painting has become a therapeutic practice for Lynne, involving meditative contemplation to increase awareness and relaxation while focusing on the joy of creativity. 

Knife Island Light by Lynne Rusk

  • Artwork Description

    Knife Island, Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON         44° 58' 1.92'', -81° 23' 21.11''

    Boaters navigating the local waters still use the Knife Island lighthouse, which is considered the front-range light for Stokes Bay for marine navigation. This painting reflects the highest water levels we've experienced since the lighthouse was built in 1904. Local efforts started in 2015, restoring this historic lighthouse to its present condition. 


    All sales are final. All proceeds from the sales go directly to support the conservation and education projects related to bird species at risk and protection of bird habitat on the Bruce Trail Conservancy Nature Reserves and along the Bruce Trail on the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula. We cannot offer refunds or returns for any reason. 


    A PBTC volunteer will contact you after your purchase to arrange free delivery of your item if you are located in the Bruce Peninsula or nearby areas. If you live beyond this delivery zone, you may be required to cover shipping costs. 

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