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Cameron Falls, Waterton – Wood Burn & Acrylic Painting

This is a mixed media piece of Cameron Falls, Waterton. It is both wood burned and acrylic painted on a piece of pine would that is roughly 7.25×11 inches.

This piece was inspired by a photo I took this summer while my wife and I were visiting Waterton Lakes National Park. Being from Southern Alberta, Waterton has always been a special place for me.

My process to make these pieces is as follows:

  1. Draw on the lines with pencil
  2. Burn in the lines my wood burning tool
  3. Paint in the spaces
  4. Burn the edges of the wood with a torch
  5. Seal the piece with a clear gloss covering

The original and prints are available for purchase on my website: https://www.briansloanartist.com/product/cameron-falls-waterton-wood-burn-and-acrylic-painting/

What do you think?

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