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When asked to create a rural scene that carried an agricultural representation and union between our generation of youth and our ancestors, Yvette decided to create what was reminiscent of her first memories growing up on the farm. Although there was always work to be done, there was always fun to be had with imagination and the wonderment of the land. In celebration of the fifth image in The Little Miracles Collection, Yvette created an image that celebrates many firsts of her own. On this very land is where Yvette’s own First Steps were taken; where her First Lessons were taught; and where she drew the inspiration for her First Masterpiece. The rolling hills that challenged the First One Up carry on between generations as Ireland, Yvette’s granddaughter, enjoys a familiar game. Looking on, not far behind, Yvette relives her own beloved memories through new generations and those precious first moments.

Canvas Giclée’s are available in 16″ x 20″ image size and are only available framed.

The price is based on the size of the giclée and the frame chosen.

 

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One of Yvette’s most beloved images was created for her dad on the occasion of his 65th birthday. The image titled “Mile After Mile” depicted the rolling hills and never ending view of prairie pastures and distant farms in the Southern Saskatchewan area that was home to Yvette and her family while growing up.  For Yvette’s dad, this particular hill had a very special meaning. He loved taking his children up the hill to share with them their “first view” of the land. Although that was his mission, for Yvette and her three siblings, it was always a race to see who could make it out of the truck fast enough to be the “first one up” the big hill.

An Yvette Moore Giclee Print image is generated from a high resolution digital scan of the original painting and is printed with archival quality inks onto canvas or watercolour paper. The canvas is acid-free with a varnish finish designed for long-term, fade resistant fine art. The watercolour paper is made of 100% cotton linters with traditional matte finish also designed for long term, fade-resistant reproductions.

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