Friday, August 30, 2013

Shuswap Lake, my first international map painting!

Here's a lake that you have probably never have heard of, Shuswap Lake. I Just finished a custom canvas lake map of Shuswap Lake located in British Columbia, Canada. My first international map. 
This lake is located near Salmon Arm, B.C. and is a large lake. It's unlikely that I will ever see this lake in person, but from what I have read it's a beautiful lake with many recreational activities, including some great fishing.

Oh Yeah, I'm headed to the big stream this weekend, the Duck River. We will be kayak fishing for most of Saturday. I should have a report next week. Have a great holiday! 

Life is short, get away from the big screen and get on a big stream, or at least enjoy one on your wall. Frame your favorite lake, river or bay, Leo Map! 

6 comments:

Shane MacDougall said...

Hello I live on the shuswap lake . looks great . what do you plan to do with the painting

Shane MacDougall said...

Hello I live on the shuswap lake . looks great . what do you plan to do with the painting

Larry Oldfield said...

Hi Shane, I created the Shuswap Lake decor map for someone who has a lake house on the lake. I do sell framed, canvas prints of the lake. The 16"x32" prints are 139.98. I would need to check on the shipping cost to Canada. You can go to my website to see more decor maps. I don't have Shuswap Lake on it yet, so you would need to contact me, if you would like to order. My email is ofsart@gmail.com Thanks Larry

Ken Brown said...

Larry created the canvas print for me....I ordered the print after finding Larry's website but before we started building our Lake House in Celista. We actually just completed the build and have had the print framed and plan to hang it on our next trip up to the Lake. In the meantime it has resided on our fireplace mantle in our home in White Rock, BC

Cheers!

Ken Brown said...

Larry created the canvas print for me....I ordered the print after finding Larry's website but before we started building our Lake House in Celista. We actually just completed the build and have had the print framed and plan to hang it on our next trip up to the Lake. In the meantime it has resided on our fireplace mantle in our home in White Rock, BC

Cheers!

Larry Oldfield said...

Ken, Thanks for the nice comment!