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by Phil Chadwick
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Our luxuriously soft beach towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption. The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton. Our beach towels are available in two different sizes: beach towel (32" x 64") and beach sheet (37" x 74").
Don't let the fancy name confuse you... a beach sheet is just a large beach towel.
At 4 pm I headed out to find Araan Lake after visiting the Southampton Amphitheater. I didn't find Araan Lake but I did find this collection of... more
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At 4 pm I headed out to find Araan Lake after visiting the Southampton Amphitheater. I didn't find Araan Lake but I did find this collection of buildings on the east side of Araan Township Road B-Line. There are actually three barn roofs. The fourth roof belongs to the house.
I thought the name of the road was appropriate for me.. "Bee-Line Road". It was a very straight road and motorists did whistle along at a good clip. One lady stopped to look and thought that the painting was really good and had captured the scene. I had to change the roof line of the barn a bit to make it work. There were some Charlois cattle that meandered around while I painted. The winds were northwesterly as witnessed by the blowing weeping willow. The bands of cirrostratus had already advanced well to the northeast of Southampton. This painting is almost a study in different types of trees: a couple of weeping willows (one huge one behind and a small one in front); a type of tall, skinny popular and...
I paint outside - nothing between my eyes and the inspiration. That special connectivity gets into the pigments and you quickly realize that we are all stewards of the land, privileged to appreciate its beauty during our lifetime but responsible for leaving the environment better off for the future and all inhabitants... A man of many hats, Phil was born and raised along the St. Lawrence of Ontario, Canada and studied at Queens University as a nuclear physicist. A meteorologist for Environment Canada since 1976, Phil specializes in severe weather and training. Remote sensing is his forte - you might want to see a tornado before you die... but not just before you die! He has farmed, raised bees, written books and articles, lectured and...
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