Watercolor Paintings For Sale | Ron Mulvey

By: Ron Mulvey  09-12-2011

This is a watercolor of Gonzales Beach in Victoria BC. Order online or browse other watercolors of Vancouver Island.

This watercolor was painted at the top of Mount Doug in Victoria BC, looking down on Vancouver Island. Order online or browse other watercolors.

This is a watercolor painting of the iconic Sombrio beach, a famous wilderness beach on Vancouver Island. The painting was done on a hot August day with bright blue ocean colors.

Size: 8 by 9 inches Medium: Watercolor Price: $295 Artist’s notes: This is a tiger rock and was painted in Victoria BC, near Dallas Road. This was a summer painting (in 2011). Calm colors and those who live in Victoria will recognize the rocks and ocean. Painting ID: 0555

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011


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