Valley of the Rouge


  • Acrylic paint on Russian Plywood Gallery frame
  • 12″ x 12″ x 2″ provides a built in frame
  • Item exhibited in Autumn 2016 Pret a Porter
  • photo used author unknown from Tremblant Magazine

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A mountain named “Trembling Mountain” or rather here in Quebec as “Mont Tremblant” rises above the foothills and the tiny village of Arundel, Mont Tremblant, was derived from the Algonquin indigenous people, who called it the “trembling mountain.” The summit is at an elevation of 875 m (2,871 ft), which makes it one of the tallest peaks in the Laurentians. It is not only a world renown tourist region for all outdoor sports and activities, it is also a National park and wildlife reserve.  Almost everywhere you go on the footpaths and forest trails ‘The Mountain” looms in the background.