Hemlock Inuksuit, watercolor print
This image is painted from a waterway known as Hemlock Channel on Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. Inuksuit are structures of rough stones stacked in the forms of human figures. Traditionally used by the Inuit people for navigation and points of reference. This beautiful grouping of inuksuit sits on the open edge of Georgian Bay marking Hemlock Channel.
Painted by Pamela Hallock from the 2018 Collection. This print is available as a giclee, a digitally reproduced fine art print on watercolor paper called Somerset Velvet. Please see giclee descriptions. All giclee prints are a limited edition of 250, signed, numbered and dated. Available in two sizes, 18 in. x 24 in. or 9 in. x 12 in. Giclee prints have a 1/2 in. border on the sides and top, and a 2 in. border on the bottom. Fine art prints are shipped flat.
This print is also available on Premium Poster Paper. Please see paper descriptions. Poster prints are available in two sizes, 18 in. x 24 in. or 9 in. x 12 in. All poster prints have a 1/4 in. border on all four sides.
Due to the differences in computer monitors, the color of the actual print may vary.
Copyright Pamela Hallock 2018