VARGAS MORNING
VARGAS MORNING
VARGAS MORNING

VARGAS MORNING

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The original 24x30" painting of "Vargas Morning" framed in local live edge Red Cedar is available for $1450.

Giclee Print on Canvas

Printed locally in the beautiful Comox Valley on acid free museum quality canvas, hand wrapped with care, and UV clear coated to keep your colours vibrant for 150+ years.

Custom Framing

All custom wood frames are lovingly hand made from salvaged wood found locally in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Driftwood is gathered from beaches, dried and milled, and Red Cedar is hand picked from waste piles at a local Cedar mill.

The West Coast Story

Nestled behind the calm waters of Tofino Harbour, and the misty peak of Lone Cone Mountain, Vargas Island is the perfect escape to solitude. A friend of mine moved here some years ago to fulfill a dream of living off the land and off the grid. Moving into an abandoned cedar cabin with a resident cat, he began to transform this hidden place into a home again. Fighting back the ever-encroaching rainforest, he created gardens, trails, and cut many cords of firewood to last through the Winter. A cedar sauna was fixed up and cedar shakes were split to repair the cabin and workshop. On crisp winter days, we foraged for mussels and clams in the bays at low tide and spent hours stoking the sauna and cooling off in the ocean. No other home I’ve stayed in has felt so peaceful and connected with its environment. My friend now makes beautiful cedar driftwood furniture and has a thriving garden in summer months to share with the community. This painting is of a giant Red Cedar tree growing next to the cabin. It is early morning, and smoke from the fireplace lingers in the first beams of sunlight that cut through the canopy. This ancient tree, standing tall after hundreds of years of winter storms, represents the strength, determination, and ancient wisdom we all need when living in the wild.