Norman Bay, Lake of the Woods c. 1920
by Marcus Jeffrey
This watercolour by W. J. Phillips makes me think of this time of year, when thin ice hugs the shoreline, and it feels as if a single rainy afternoon could wash away all that’s left of winter.
“Each season has its charm, and gives way to the next before one’s visual digestion is ruined by depletion.” – W.J. Phillips From the collection of the Douglas Family Art Centre
W.J. Phillips (1884-1963) NORMAN BAY, LAKE OF THE WOODS c.1920 Watercolour 11.5″ x 13.5″