Craigleith Provincial Park is a place where you go back in time. Walking along the Bay's limestone and shale shoreline, you can encounter impressions of creatures over 450 million years old including Triobites, Brachiopods, Ceohalopods, and many other amazing ancient creatures. As a child exploring these rocky outcrops, the discovery of a fossil embedded in the stone was thrilling and humbling to encounter such a rare and unique find.
The back of the art has been left open for you to see how the work was made and constructed.
It is signed and titled by the artist and ready to hang.
Each unique image is created using naturally coloured and dyed wool from the home farm flock, cotton thread stitching, and bamboo embroidery hoops.
Drawing inspiration from the local landscape and other northern rural settings, artist Jennifer Osborn strives to make her art as environmentally friendly as possible from beginning to end.