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Creatures of the Sun

"Sun Child" Print

"Sun Child" Print

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  • Ucluelet BC
  • Souvenirs
  • Sentimental

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This maker recreate beautiful scenes around Vancouver Island BC using paint and digital art.

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"When you hear the word "alone" what instinctively comes to mind? At first it may be feelings of fear, disconnect, sadness, or being lost and forgotten. Yet for others it may be the sound of rejuvenation, peace, and connecting with the source. Once we break through the negative barriers constricted by our egoic minds and society, we can journey into a place of oneness. For me, surfing has always offered that place of solitude whenever I've needed it most. The ocean's been my watery temple, teacher and healer, guiding me back to my center with every session. In life, I've always been drawn to places and careers where I can be alone in the West Coast wilderness every day. It's in these moments by ourselves that we can grow and evolve as conscious beings, free to ponder the intricacies, beauty and mystery of our existence. Looking deeper into this canvas I can see and feel a strong upswing and the returning home after journeying through the dark night of the soul these past few years. Above the horizon like, self-love and the returning to heaven and light is symbolized by the sun, blue sky and birds. Below, the ocean contains 8 waves, a number that has guided me through life and symbolizes the infinite cycles we move through. We are alone but never alone in it all."

Reproduced from an original acrylic painting Giclee Printed on fine art paper, Tofino BC




Hang away from direct sunlight to prevent fading

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About the Maker

Creatures of the Sun

Andrew Talbot (Tali) grew up exploring and painting the far corners of the island from an early age. Inspired by years of surf trips, hikes and kayaking along the West Coast, his canvases offer a glimpse into the sacred places that connect us with nature and our inner beings. Each painting starts with an image and a vision and ends telling a story and capturing a feeling. A product of the thriving environment and culture that is Vancouver Island. Tali is based near Ucluelet, B.C. for the warmer months, where he lives off-grid in his converted short bus Bodhi. He spends his Winters splitboarding in the Kootenays and traveling to warmer waters.

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