Based on a reference photo taken on board the Frontenac II during a channel crossing to Amherst Island, this painting is full of motion and emotion. It is bold in colour and palette knife work and filled with frenetic energy. The piece is named for a song that speaks of the draw of “death’s strange glory”, which felt fitting for a painting of a glorious sunset, the death of a day.
This painting has been mounted in a locally-made custom wood frame crafted by local artisan Cameron Gray. The piece is fitted with hanging hardware and is ready to display in your home.