"Round Lake Squall"

This is the view from Steve Hoult's cottage on Round Lake looking west from about the same place where Tom Thomson painted "The Canoe". Tom's dove gray canoe would have been pulled up on the shore to the right. By the way, the first nation's name of the lake is: Kawawaymog.

A squall line with thunderstorms had just passed Round Lake. The showers were over. Northwesterly winds were sculpting the clouds and leaning them to the southeast. Convection along the squall line gives regularly spaced light patches in the cloud base. Scud cloud stirred up by the blustery northwesterly winds were whipping along to the southeast.

I just wanted to have some fun - thanks to Steve Hoult ... and Tom Thomson.

Water mixable oils on dark burnt sienna oil tinted foundation on commercial canvas - 14 X 18 (inches) Started Monday morning, March 22, 2010. Painting Place The Executive Studio, 55 Water Street, Brockville. The subject location 45.904967° -79.165012° on the southeast shore of Round Lake.

Back of the Painting

Round Lake, Algonquin Park

Round Lake Contacts
DHarrington@mackieresearch.com Don Harrington
jeffbuller@rogers.com Jeff Buller
manderchek@dccnet.com Michael Anderchek

Steve Hoult