Keep a warm summer breeze with you through the cold winter months.

Ah, summer…so much to do in such short time, especially for those of us who live in Canada.

Summers are never long enough for…

Watching pink, fiery sunsets

Eating fresh, juicy tomatoes

Picking wildflowers along a bike path

Feeling warm sand between our toes

Sailing away on a warm summer breeze!

Summer Breeze, acrylic landscape by Louise Primeau
Summer Breeze.

Summer Breeze: the details.

painted sides of Summer Breeze by Louise Primeau
Sides are painted to match the front of Summer Breeze. Looks great on a shelf, sitting on a desk, or hanging on a wall.

Doesn’t this scene remind you of those lazy days on the beach, watching sailboats go by in the distance?

Whipped by the salty sea air, the crisp, white sails stand at attention. Merrily, the breeze propels the little boats out of view from the sunbathers on the beach.

Easily transported from one place to another, this mini painting is all acrylic on a 4 X 4 gallery wrapped canvas. It is an ideal gift for a student returning to college, or a senior living in a small apartment.

However, no matter the recipient, the little gift is sure to evoke memories of summer on the beach.

This OOAK (one-of-a-kind) painting is varnished with a glossy finish to enhance and protect the colours.

For a similar original painting, you might want to see Field of Gold.

Cost: $35.00 CAD shipping included to North American destinations. If you live elsewhere in the world, a shipping fee of $10.00 CAD is applied.

If you wish to purchase Summer Breeze please contact me. I will reserve it for the first person to send me a note.

Live in the Orleans/Ottawa area? Pick it up, and a 15% discount will be applied.

Make the best of the remainder of summer...cheers!

"I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving - we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it - but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor." - Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

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