Falling Water – Big Hill Springs Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park, AB, Canada

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park, AB, Canada

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park, AB, Canada

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park, AB, Canada

 

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park provides an abundance of beauty. Falling water and bubbling brooks at every turn. An oasis in the middle of the prairies.



Those following this blog or visiting the website may have noticed I have been adding a few landscape images here and there. I am currently planning to redo the site (over the next several months) in which I also profile the other styles of photography I engage in. While portraiture is the basis for the bulk of the photography I create for Hunter Photographics, each year I also take tens of thousands of landscape and nature images. I have decided it is time for the site to more accurately reflect the whole range of the type of work I do.

In the coming months you will be seeing, in addition to the usual portrait photography, landscapes, cities, still life, lifestyle and product photography. Re-creating a site is a daunting task but I think the end result will be well worth it.

Photography by Debra Hunter
Red Deer, Alberta and Pender Island, BC

http://www.debra-hunter.com

http://www.hunterphotographics.wordpress.com

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“Standing Tall” – Canadian Landscape Painting

"Standing Tall" Roe Islet series (2015) 24"x24" acrylic on panel

“Standing Tall”
Roe Islet series
(2015)
24″x24″
acrylic on panel

Roe Islet (Pender Island, BC, Canada) continues to be a source of inspiration for my paintings, and I am sure by the time I have exhausted all the painting possibilities I will know every rock and tree on the islet. The arbutus amaze me in the way they twist and turn, and the red of the trunks is hypnotizing.

This painting features a view up a small hill looking towards Currents and Otter Bay. If you were to walk the path you would recognize the twisted  tree in the center of the painting. Roe Islet, for its intimate size, is a most beautiful natural spot and well worth a visit.

Artwork by Debra Hunter
(Red Deer, Alberta & Pender Island, British Columbia, Canada)
For the website and inquiries please visit:
www.debra-hunter.com

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“Lupin by Canal Bridge” – new painting of the Canadian landscape

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“Lupin by Canal Bridge” (2014)

“Lupin by Canal Bridge”
(2014)
8 inches by 10 inches
acrylic on panel

“Lupin by Canal Bridge” is one of my recently completed Pender Islands paintings. It is a colorful yet intimate piece as it only measures 8 inches by 10 inches. This painting revisits the wild lupin we encountered near the canal bridge, the single lane bridge that connects North Pender Island to South Pender Island . Coming across this lupin in the height of summer was such a pleasant surprise as at that time the islands are tones of yellow and brown with the drought like conditions. Pender Islands are part of the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, Canada. They provide endless inspiration for painting our Canadian landscape.

Painting by Debra Hunter.
Studio H / Hunter Photographics
Red Deer, Alberta & Pender Island, BC, Canada

www.thehuntergroup.ca