Hakai Beach, Great Bear Rainforest

Islands  are all connected below. Connections are echoed in the rich ecosystems of the temperate rain forest on the central British Columbia Coast.  Hakai Beach Institute , on  Calvert Island, is dedicated to research and education as well as hosted our small group of painters that sought and found inspiring regenerative energy. This place has a treasure of natural wonders and is an amazing facility in a true wilderness setting that may inspire painting many works!

West Beach

Painting on west Beach, Calvert island.

Hakai Wilderness

"Hakai Wilderness" 15in. x 22in. watercolour

"Hide And Seek"

Intertidal hide and seek

About David McEown

Artist, Landscape Painter, Art instructor, Musician
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2 Responses to Hakai Beach, Great Bear Rainforest

  1. Mary Friesen says:

    I was looking at the artists in the current Canadian Painters in Watercolour at Robert’s Gallery in Toronto. I recognize in your beautiful work the clean, transparent and atmospheric look I wish to develop in my own work. I was particularly drawn to your Agawa Canyon and North Superior paintings. I spent a solo week in the Canyon boxcar last year. Hopefully one day you will do a workshop I’m able to attend.
    Mary Friesen

  2. Clyde says:

    Fantastic read! I’ve added your RSS feeds to my Google account.

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