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"There are times in our life when we become ungrounded and feel lost in an endless sea of thoughts and fears. As we get older, we tend to lose that connection we once had as children and the magic of the universe fades. For me I woke up one morning unstuck from the world and realized I was not my job, not my name, not my past, not my house, not my mind, not my body. I actually wasn't sure what I really was and this scared the hell out of me. This grounding is essential for humanity because it connects us with our mother and it allows that life energy to flow through was with each breath. There is no better cure when feeling stressed than going for a walk, a bike ride or a snowboard through the ancient forests of Vancouver Island. Everything is one and when we separate ourselves from it, we suffer. I painted this canvas when living in the Comox Valley and the Cumberland Forest was my back yard. The beautiful streams, the waterfalls, the incredible bike trails make this place truly unique and worth fighting for. This work represents staying grounded through life's challenges, letting go and flowing with the energy of the forest. I donated 10% of my winter vending profits to the Cumberland forest Society in 2016. The town is buying back the unseeded land that was unrightfully taken by the railroad and turned into private logging property years ago. If you would like to help save our forest you can donate money to"
- Andrew Talbot -

Product code: 108-G
Medium: Art Prints and Cards of Original Painting
Paper Print Size: 12" x 17 1/2" Image 11" x 16 1/2"
Art Card Size: 5" x 7"

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Talbot, Andrew

Talbot, Andrew

From a young age Andrew Talbot grew up exploring and photographing the far corners of the Vancouver Island. Inspired by years of surf trips, wilderness hikes, and kayaking along west coast, his canvases offer a glimpse into those sacred places tha...

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