Donald found trees (especially aspens) and water (lakes) attractive
features to paint and very representative of this region.
British Columbia lies in the western most part of Canada with
coastline on the Pacific Ocean. Wildlife is very abundant
and well represented in his paintings. Autumn was one of his
favorite times of the year to paint as he could capture much
more color in his world.
Lake, Pavilion Lake and Knouff lake form many of the locations
of the 18 or so Central B.C. paintings. He painted as many
as 15 oil paintings at or near his Crispair Farm,
located at Celista, BC.
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