Ten of my Favorite Canadian Photos

Images from Martin Prentice
Printed & framed by Greg Harvey of Harvey Wildlife Photography

Each print is limited to a series of 11, numbered and signed by the photographer.

“Painting or Photograph” (15″ x 30″ unframed)

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Taken of one of a group of islands in the Western Arctic near the mouth of the Coppermine River in early evening.
August 30th, 2009

“Reflected Home” (24” x 16” unframed):

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One of the houses reflected in the bay at Hartley Bay, the main settlement of the Gitga’at First Nations people in the Great Bear Rainforest of coastal British Columbia.
September 10th, 2012

“Flowing on Black” (24” x 16” unframed):

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Taken in the Great Bear Rainforest off coastal British Columbia from a zodiac;
September 12th, 2012

“Time for a Nap” (30” x 15” unframed):

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A taciturn Polar Bear waiting for freeze up near Seal River Lodge on the western coast of Hudson Bay;
October 26th, 2011

“In My Element” (18” x 24” unframed):

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A Cow Moose lunching on grasses in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario;
October 16th, 2015

“Finished Fishing” (16″ x 24″ unframed):

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Grizzly Bear about to exit the Lardeau River near Kaslo, British Columbia after chasing Gerrard Trout;
October 21st, 2014

“My Log” (24” x 18” unframed):

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Kermode (“Spirit”) Bear looking for his next meal in a river on Grebbel Island in the Great Bear Rainforest in Coastal British Columbia;
September 12th, 2012

“Preparing for Winter” (16″ x 24″ unframed):

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Arctic Fox with its almost complete pure white winter coat near Seal River Lodge on the west coast of Hudson Bay;
October 29th, 2011

“Dressed for Winter” (15″ x 30″ unframed):

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Wood Bison at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve near Whitehorse, Yukon;
April 6th, 2014

“Stare Down” (16″ x 24″ unframed):

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Red Fox off the road to Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park.
February 11th, 2012

All of the images are printed on a medium canvas. The ink needs to cure for twenty-four hours. Once the prints are cured, they are then treated; this treatment is painted on with a roller. When the treatment is dry, the canvases are stretched over stretcher bars. The final stretched canvas is then inserted into a “floating” frame of synthetic black or brown wood.

Price:

Framed: $500.00
Unframed: $300.00
Set of all 10 prints framed: $4,250.00

Tax Receipts will be given out for 50% of the purchase price.

Sets of 10 prints will be guaranteed available until November 11, afterwards please call Erin for inquiries regarding purchasing sets.

All proceeds go to the Drayton Valley Community Foundation.

Contact Erin 587-464-0400 to purchase an individual print or a set of prints.

Grant Seekers

Drayton Valley Community Foundation Grant Application Information

The mission of the Drayton Valley Community Foundation is to build and manage resources to enhance our community.  The “Community” encompasses the Town of Drayton Valley, Brazeau County and the surrounding area.

DVCF has two granting cycles per year, Spring and Fall. Grant Applications must be submitted by 4:00 on March 31 and September 15. Late applications will not be considered.

Grant applications must be filled out in their entirety with all applicable questions answered and attachments submitted. Applications must be emailed to dvcf@incentre.net, applications can be mailed or dropped off, but an electronic copy must be submitted.

Preference is given to projects which:

  • benefit the whole community;
  • encourage more efficient use of community resources;
  • demonstrate new approaches and techniques in the solution of community problems;
  • promote cooperation and sharing among organizations, eliminating duplication of services;
  • promote volunteer participation;
  • strengthen management capabilitie

Grants are not made to or for:

  • individuals;
  • administration costs;
  • annual fund drives;
  • establish or add to endowment funds;
  • political activities;
  • direct religious activities;
  • multi-year funding.

 To better serve our community and promote successful applicants the Drayton Valley Community Foundation strongly encourages community groups to speak with the Executive Director prior to filling out a grant application to ensure your organization qualifies for a Community Foundation grant.

If your organization would like to submit a grant application please fill out the online Grant Application.

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