On the Art Trail with Peter Buwalda : A Taste of Cinder Lake
In 2017 I painted "Cinder lake beaver dam", 24"x42", with acrylic ink on stretched 300lb arches paper, showing this location in Haliburton Highlands Water Trails during high water. During Spring the...Read more
On The Art Trail with Peter Buwalda: Aerial Hunters
When I worked backcountry at the Water Trails in Algonquin Highlands, Dragonflies were a very good friend. Once they reach adulthood a dragonfly becomes a mighty hunter and only eats...Read more
On The Art Trail with Peter Buwalda: Bones
Finding Skulls was exciting for me in the woods. Skulls have carried so much symbolism through the ages, good and evil, however I choose to assign meaning to them in...Read more
On The Art Trail with Peter Buwalda : A Final Tribute to Winter; Frost Ski Trails, Ontario
I used to groom 26 km (16miles) of ski trails at the Leslie Frost Ski Trails in Algonquin Highlands, Ontario. The most satisfying thing after the hard work was done...Read more
On The Art Trail with Peter Buwalda : Pollination 101
A brief explanation of pollination with labelled cross section of a serviceberry.
On The Art Trail with Peter Buwalda : Colorado Wildflower Field work
Process images of the making of a watercolour field piece, Prairie Fire.Read more
On The Art Trail with Peter Buwalda; "For the Love of Honeybees #1, Girls Rule!"
The Honeybee MatriarchyRead more