Queen Elizabeth Park is a park I often visit when I am in Vancouver. From an early age my parents would visit this park at least once a year. I remember walking through all the flower gardens many times. My mother was an avid gardener and was always on the lookout for new ideas. Often my parents would bring visiting relatives here, my aunts and my grandmothers, to show off the beauty of Vancouver. This was one of their favourite locations to visit. My painting depicts the southern portion of the park where officials observe Summer water conservation, which is why the ground appears so dry and brown. It was. It was a hot summer in 2019 when I went to this park to scout it out for potential paintings. This is a nice park to visit at any season for any occasion.
Painting Specifications: Medium: Acrylic paint & black ink Size: 11w x 14h-inches Surface: Illustration Board Completed: January 2020