Barns have always been intriguing for me. No two are alike, and each has its own character and history. Eastern Ontario has many traditional post and beam barns with weathered wood plank siding, but slowly they are falling down and disappearing. I love to photograph these old buildings whenever and wherever I can and make them into paintings to help, in a small way at least, preserve their legacy.

Early Spring on the Farm, 10h 18w [framed 20×26], $550
Sheep’s Landing, 12h 24w [framed 20×32], $600
Seeking Some Shade, 13h 13w [framed 20×20] $500
Amber Dawn, 9½h 25½w
Still Standing Strong, 10h 16w [framed 20×26], $500
Waiting for Spring, 14h 20w [framed 20×26], $550
Sugar Shack at Mill Pond, 12h 18w [framed 20×26], $500
Calle Duarte, Santo Domingo, 12½h 24½w
Waiting for Spring, 6h 20w [framed 12×26]
Not Yet Fallen, 12h 18w
End of Harvest Season, 10h 22w
Prairie Isolation, 11h 25w
Under the Big Blue Sky, 25h 7w
Tweed Barn #2, 10h 16w (available)
Tweed Barn, 10h 16w
Cow and Barn, 18h 24w
Seen Better Days, 15h 21w
Rustic Shanty, 12h 20w
Revealing Watson’s Mill, 9h 9w

The height and width is the final size of the painting in inches.
Dimensions for traditional framed paintings behind glass are inches and include an off-white mat. Float frames are for varnished watercolours and are approximately 2-inches larger than the final size.

Price includes professional archival framing and certificate of authenticity.

© Vic Dohar