One of my favourite places to stop on my way to Tofino is Cathedral Grove. Those big mossy trees are so impressive and inspiring. The different colours of the long, textured bark make old trees beautiful and unique. Cathedral Grove is a 300 hectare provincial park that showcases an ancient Douglas fir ecosystem, stewarded by the Indigenous peoples for thousands of years. Presently, the biggest trees in the Grove are about 800 years old; they are the survivors of a forest fire that ravaged the area about 350 years ago.

artist: Kelly Corbett
region: Central Island
closest community: Coombs
original medium: Acrylic



SKU: AFM-ID-KCORBETT-002 Category: Tags: , ,
The original of this art is available for sale.
Size (W x H inches): 36" x 48"
Price: $2900CDN


Nanoose Bay artist Kelly Corbett presents her expression of majestic British Columbia. Holding diplomas in both Fine Art (UFV) and Photography Academy, Kelly combines academic training with her natural talent: painting with acrylics. Kelly’s style invites you to take a step outside – a trip through the forest, or an outing by kayak to commune with the natural world. Kelly takes pride in completing paintings that look realistic and offer to the chance to see and experience the beauty of this place.

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