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Turtle Point Painting by Phil Chadwick

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Comments (3)

Raymond G Deegan

Raymond G Deegan

Beautiful artwork, your style and choice in colours are fantastic.

Phil Chadwick replied:

Your encouragement means a very much to me my friend. Thank you. I am a solitary artist and that might influence how I paint. I greatly admire the work of others but need to be me when I work with my brush. Thank you!

Bruce Morrison

Bruce Morrison

Phil - I love your work and the description are a "must" read as well...I relate to the environmental issues very much as we have so many of the same problems, as well as others here on the prairie in the middle of so much agriculture. We have a Red Pine on our acreage - standing right outside my studio; it was planted by the first homesteader here in the 1880's...it was a magnificent tree, hit hard by herbicide drift last summer. I will admit I find myself speaking to it each day...I guess trying to encourage it to recover. I'm being told it has "aged out" and I'm afraid it will be gone in another year or two. The planet is so fragile yet we're always trying to defend the remnants from those few who only see profit and short term gain...at the expense of the rest of us. Look forward to your beautiful paintings each week!

Phil Chadwick replied:

Thank you so much Bruce. I recently read Trevor Herriot's book, The Road is the Way. It is a great but challenging read - he has a much larger vocabulary. He touches on habitat loss in Saskatchewan and industrial agriculture. Truly sad and politicians are not leading the way. Eco-artists are at the front line. Sad to hear about your red pine... but concerned about breathing in herbicide drift too. I love you work as well. You are a terrific artist. Paint on!

A Hillman

A Hillman

Absolutely beautiful, Phil, and the description is awesome, too. Fascinating about the turtles and your clover lot for the geese! Amen to, ''Land is habitat and not a commodity for profit..." Bravo, Mr. Chadwick! Fantastic work! l/f

Phil Chadwick replied:

Thank you Sunny... That point is less than a kilometre paddle from my studio. It is beautiful. A lawyer-developer wants to turn it into a subdivision but I think he has been stopped.

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