Conserving Canada’s Wetlands

Rutt and Tuke by Daniel St. Amant

Daniel St-Amant starts his artwork in the streets and finishes in the studio. Laying prepared canvass on roadways, St-Amant then uses the distinct markings left by passing vehicles as a backdrop for his animal portraits. “The over-use of resources is changing people, animals and habitats everywhere,” says St-Amant. “This unique process challenges us to reflect on the impacts of industrialism and urbanization, like our use of climate-affecting technologies and resulting carbon footprint.” Amid those urban imprints is where you’ll find Rutt and Tuke, his winning depiction of a pair of moose, their next steps bleeding into tire tracks.

Framed Dimensions 37.5" x 33.5"

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