carla maskall art
A West Coast Artist's Paintings

Combers Beach, Pacific Rim National Park

36"x36" oil on canvas. On exploring Pacific Rim National Park, the ancestral territory of the Nuu-chah-nulth people, I was intrigued by the beauty of the area. Look around and always be curious. Why are there so many logs on the beach? Are they all the same shape and colour? How far did the logs drift/travel from? This piece is part of my Ocean Conservation Series as I am trying to bring attention to the fragile beauty of the Salish Sea that I am privileged to live by.

Combers Beach, Pacific Rim National Park