Bradley Harness - Artist

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Muskoka Sunset

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2013

Artist's Notes:  Muskoka is one of Ontario's numerous stunningly beautiful recreational areas.  It is home to cottages and islands, virgin forests and lonely lakes.  Wildlife, weather, and natural light, such as this sunset, make for unforgettable memories.

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2009

Muskoka Sunset
$500
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Canoe Lake - Algonquin Park

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2013

Artist's Notes: This canvas shows one of Algonquin Park's famous lakes for canoeing.  The shallows are worth exploring as they can be a sea of lily pads and grasses, turtles and fish, snakes and spiders.

Canoe Lake - Algonquin Park
$500
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Last One In! - Muskoka

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2012

Artist's Notes: One of many people's memories about Muskoka has to be swimming in lakes and jumping into them from high rock faces.  The lakes are generally deep and dark, cold enough to refresh on a hot summer's day, the rock faces tall enough to test the courage of most.

Last One In! - Muskoka
$500
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Muskoka Chairs - Lake Rosseau

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2011

Artist's Notes: This scene is based on the famous Muskoka Chair, something many Ontarians have at their cottage and even their backyards at home.  Wooden, sturdy and colourful, they sit ready for you to relax and enjoy the dancing colours of their reflections at this resort on Lake Rosseau, a long-time and very upscale Muskoka destination.

Muskoka Chairs - Lake Rosseau
$500
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Athabasca River, Northern Alberta

10" x 25" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2011

Artist's Notes: Canada is big...really BIG!  Most of it's landmass consists of forests, trees, lakes and rivers for thousands of miles.  It is one of the least populated parts of our planet.  In northern Alberta, the major river is the Athabasca, flowing from the Rocky Mountains northward into the mighty Mackenzie River that flows to the Arctic Ocean.  The Athabasca at this point is flush with minerals from the mountains giving this tributary a milky colour as it joins the main branch amid rocks that line the banks of both.

Athabasca River, Northern Alberta
$500
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Kayak Afternoon - British Columbia inlet

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas; finished edges ready to hang. 2014

Artist's Notes: While the canoe was the water craft of the natives living in Southern Canada, the kayak was the boat of the northern peoples.  Crafted in the Arctic, it's simple design and rugged reliability along with speed and agility make it a very popular alternative these days to the canoe.  Here we see the bow of a kayak as the paddler takes a break on a river to admire the stunning reflections of the mountains.

Kayak Afternoon - British Columbia inlet
$500
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Gatineau River loggers - 1887

16" x 20" acrylic on canvas board; Unframed.  1996

Artist's Notes: I have always had a love of history, and Canada is not without it's historical gems.  Logging was one of the industries that founded this country and this canvas captures a team busy in the forests along the swift Gatineau River in West Quebec, across the Ottawa River from Ottawa.  It was labour-intensive, and the Irish provided much of the manpower in the logging shanties of the Ottawa Valley. This image was painted from a black & white photo shot in winter, logging season.

Gatineau River Loggers
$400
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