Tag Archives: Mill Creek Ravine hiking trail

“Bridge of Dreams”, a pastel painting

I’ve been having tons of fun working on more pastel paintings based on past walks through Mill Creek Ravine.   Especially this one, where I took some playful risks with colour and I think it turned out great!   Here … Continue reading

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“Bagshot Row, Mill Creek Ravine”, a pastel painting

Edmonton has the most extensive river valley urban park and trail system in North America, and Mill Creek Ravine is part of that system.  (For a great in-depth article on the history of the Mill Creek Ravine, look here.) I … Continue reading

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Watch out for the thistles!

Up here in the north (well, not quite as far north as Fort McMurray, but still…) it’s finally spring.  At least, I’m sure we’ve had our last snowfall and our provincial nickname “Sunny Alberta” has since been well-earned in the two … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Woods, pastel painting

Another scene from the Mill Creek Ravine hiking/biking trails.  We have so many beautiful, natural trails in Edmonton all across the city and most of them link to each other.  I’ve only been on a few, but my sister began … Continue reading

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