Donald loved the Autumn colors in this area, and painted at
least a half dozen paintings incorporating Autumn Aspens or
Autumn trees. However, he also liked the Spring and painted
a painting titled "Spring Greens and Dandelion Lawns" in 1956.
This is one of the many paintings residing with family or
friends somewhere. Donald also saw the darker side of this
region, which is always susceptible to forest fires. Very
wet, snowy Winters lead to heavy Spring growth, which then
turns tinder dry during hot summers. He painted several paintings
showing the charred remains left behind from forest fires.
rush. Spend the time and browse through each series in the
collection. Each original oil painting is a piece of Canadian
History to be enjoyed by all.