Painted by Canadian Artist Louise Lambert at Wine Country Studios
Framed and ready to hang on your walls
Harmonizing Rich Palate
22” by 26”
This original artwork is a spiritual painting of a man taking flight, shape shifting into powerful eagle to soar closer to his maker. An aura of light surrounds him in his journey offering protection.
As a decedent of the Algonquin people from eastern Canada, as my forefathers were, these people are encouraged by mobility and respected the grace of nature.
At one time the Algonquin s controlled the Ottawa River as a hunter gather society. When they met the French in 1603 their population exceeded 6,000. Algonquin partnered with the French in the fur trade. Because the Algonquin were accustomed to using marriage as a means of joining extended families and few French women wanted to leave France for the harsh life of the colonies, unions between indigenous women and French men quickly became common.
Your painting “The Valley” captured the light and scenery so beautifully!
I am looking forward to surprising my wife with the painting. I know that she will love it.
Inspiring Art, captivating the warmth of the natural resources of Kelowna, variety and range of work imagination and something powerful.
“Louise created several commission works for our office; she is professional, on time and on budget. The artworks are beautiful and add so much interest to our clinic.”
Dr. Andrew DePieri
The De Pieri Clinic, Kelowna, British Columbia.
I recently participated in the paint your spirit animal workshop and thoroughly enjoyed it! it’s a relaxing pressure free environment that allows you to really get into what you are painting. Louise provides Insite and guidance without taking away your creativity. I would 100% recommend this workshop!
Thank you so much for the artwork I purchased. It is even lovelier than I remembered! In addition, the colours go GREAT with our kitchen/great room
“It was a pleasure working with Louise. Her art has captured the beauty of the Okanagan, adding warmth and beauty to our home. She is very talented and exceptional to work with.”
We love the painting and having it hanging in our living room here at Predator Ridge.
Alan and Patti Hamilton
After seeing the painting on the cover of the Okanagan Fall Wine Festival, we went online to discover more about the artwork of Louise Lambert and proceeded to visit her at her studio for an up close and personal impression. For a long time we had been looking for a painting that would grace our home with the wine country, we are so lucky to live in. Louise fulfilled our dream by painting ¨Symphonie Champêtre¨ in which she has captured the warm earthy tones of the vineyards with its ever-changing glows against the majestic background the Okanagan Mountains and lake suggest. It is with great pride and enthusiasm that we welcome our dream come true!
Elaine and Rick Gordon
Thanks for doing the show at Summerhill; it was a pleasure and an honor to have you at our Winery.