Looking North Toward The Yacht Club – Randolph Parker
The original work for this print was produced as part of the Randolph Parker, Lake of the Woods project and will be included in an upcoming book.
Individually printed on paper with the finest quality permanent inks. Each print is authorized as a limited edition of 15 by the artist Randolph Parker and comes with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
Shipping and custom framing services available through Mayberry Fine Art in Winnipeg. Framed prints are mounted on archival board and can be framed without glass. Choice of three standard frames available. Contact us on live chat for more details.
$700.00 – $850.00
$700.00 – $850.00
* all prices are in Canadian dollars
This item is shipped from Mayberry Fine Art in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Item ships in between 5 and 14 business days depending on stock and framing options at time of order. Items are shipped flat and fully insured.
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Randolph Parker is a Canadian artist living on Salt Spring Island and in Victoria British Columbia. Randolph a thirty five year veteran on the Canadian art scene has observed his artistic landscape paintings change from intimate images of forests and lakes created in a style reminiscent of the Group of Seven’s paintings to sweeping vistas of the Canadian landscape done on a monumental scale.
His formal art training began at Mt. Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick. He later attended the Banff Centre and continued to study at York University in Ontario. He studied under such eminent instructors as David Silverberg, Takao Tanabe, Paul Sloggett, and Ken Carpenter.
"For myself, art is the pursuit of happiness; for not to create would be to deny who I am. My art is the integration of things seen and experienced, the record of my existence, the pursuit of perfection and the constant that will be developed to the end. Only time will tell if the vision within the work has meaning enough to enhance the lives of others in the future. Seeing the subtleties of life is my inspiration, to translate it onto canvas is my desire and to play with paint is my passion. The paintings in this book are a small reflection of who I am and what I have seen."
- Randolph Parker