“Hilly Town Painting”, 20 x 20 x 1.5 square gallery wrap stretched canvas. It is inspiring one of the photos from Alberta magazine. But, of course, I twisted the original landscape and tuned it to my own kind.
It is a gallery-quality stretched-wrapped canvas, that is no need for framing.
“Grizzly Bear And Cub”, 8 x 8 x 1.5 gallery wrap stretched canvas. Grizzly Mama and her cut Bears inspired by the beautiful Alberta Grizzly Bear wildlife. The natural love instinct between the mama bear and her baby is so pure, sweet, and powerful.
It is an original painting is created by Aeris Osborne, a contemporary Streetscape Fine Art. Made in Canada. “Tokyo Spring Streetscape”, 20 x 20 square gallery wrap stretched canvas is inspired by the picture was taken in my previous Tokyo, Japan trip. The painting described the harmony between the Spring sunset at the Sumida river area with traditional Japanese architecture and the local cyclist.
“Night Pond At Butchart Garden”, 20 x 16 inches original acrylic painting. It is inspired by the flowery ponds at Butchart Garden, Victoria, BC. Imagining the summer night fairies dancing among the pond in the midnight summertime.
Hollyhocks is a classic cottage garden staple, these flowers bloom mid-summer with numerous flowers on tall spikes. This painting is finished at outdoor at Hasse Regional Park, Alberta. I painted with watercolor first and completed the ink pen sketch on the canoe.
This original painting is 9 x 12 inches on 300gsm heavy-duty watercolor.
It is an original watercolor, not a print. One of a kind, best present for every person who likes original art.
Original Israel Temple Mount Watercolor Painting By Aeris Osborne.
Inspiring a beautiful holy place of Temple Mount’s architecture and Israel history. This special Israel city view painting was finished on Canada Thanksgiving Day when I visited my in-law. This original painting is 6 x 9 inches on heavy-duty (140lb/300 gsm) 100% cotton Handmade watercolor paper. One of a kind, best present for every person who likes original art.