Ron Plaizier - Wildlife Artist
263 Marble Pt. Rd., RR #2, Marmora, Ontario,
Ron Plaizier and his wife, Judy, along with their two sons, Justin and Kyle moved to Marmora in 2001 from the York Region. They traveled the Highway 7 route for many years going through Marmora, and it became an easy choice for themsettle down inbe our beautiful community when a new job opportunity opened up for him in Peter-borough. Some of his art work currently hangs in Studio 737 just east of Tweed and last year he opened his own gallery from his home at 263 Marble Pt. Rd. Marmora.
Ron is a member of the Artist for Conservation, a non-profit, intern-ational organization dedicated to the celebration and preservation of the natural world, and a member of the Belleville Art Association.
April 2019 “A little diversion from my usual subjects, but I still managed to squeeze a tern flying in from the sea :) This is a classic and often viewed perspective of Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse on the coast of Maine. What I liked about the scene though was that it was early morning and the whole area was shrouded in fog. The atmosphere was surreal as the fog lifted and the lighthouse emerged, standing proud on the granite cliff.”
Title: Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse
Details: 16"x20" Acrylic on Canvas, Framed