What started out as a painting of my daughter on the West Coast Trail, became, for me, a symbol of connection, grounding and opening to the nourishment of Mother Earth and the loving Oneness I often experience in nature. The 75km trail retraces parts of an old telegraph line cut through the coastal rain forest wilderness in 1890. Hikers get to visit thousand year old cedars and some of the tallest Stika spruce in the world.

artist: Christine Phibbs-Barr
region: Pacific Rim
closest community: Bamfield
original medium: Acrylic



SKU: AFM-ID-CPHIBBSBARR-002 Category: Tags: ,

As an artist/art therapist who has finally been able to settle and play in the beautiful surroundings of Vancouver Island, Christine creates paintings, inspired by nature, that express for her the peace, joy and light of the true Home within.

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