North of Manitoulin Island
The Baie Fine section of the La Cloche Silhouette Trail runs for 14 kilometres, and is known for its gentle rolling hills, hardwood forests, beaver dams, and pink granite. The trail is named for Group of Seven painter Franklin Carmichael's painting "La Cloche Silhouette."
The forest comprises red and yellow birch, red maple, white pines, and black spruce. The terrain is, for the most part, flat, with a few steep pitches and creek crossings along the way. It concludes with a steep portage up an old logging road that leads to Threenarrows Lake.
Pastels - soft pastel on paper, framed with mats and glass. Canvases- silkscreen paint and acrylic on canvas, framed. Dimensions describe work before framing.
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