Yesterday, I was given a painting from the estate of Isa and Douglas Taylor; two exceptional people that were an important part of the fabric of Agassiz and who will always be sadly missed.
The oil painting shows a very active Slesse creek in the rugged wildness that forms part of the Chilliwack River Valley. A tall evergreen, located in the mid-ground, stands bravely next to a torrent of water rushing by against a backdrop of our Cascade Mountains.
|Sleese Creek ©|
Isa and Doug Taylor brought an artistic sensitivity to the small town of Agassiz and when I was called to sell their property of 50 years in 2010 I wasn't surprised to find it full of Isa Taylor paintings. Nor was I shocked to find a home with artistic sensibilities in a majestic grove of trees. I tried to capture these with my camera in homage to Isa and Doug. They are still some of my favourite pictures click here to have a look.
Isa painted, for all the right reasons, to please her family and to quell a creative drive somewhere deep inside her.
Like that tree in the painting above Isa and Doug were easy to pick out in a crowd, as, they would have friends swirling around them while they radiated an air of elegance, beauty and calm...evergreens.
I am very grateful to the Isa and Doug Taylor family for this painting and the opportunity I had to represent them as a Realtor©.
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