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“Pond Of Lilies” – Open Edition Print


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Pond Of Lilies” ~ Open Edition ~ 8.5″ x 11” Fine Art Print, signed by Nova Scotia Artist Heidi Hirtle

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Made to Order by Nova Scotia Artist, Heidi Hirtle

8.5″ x 11″ Fine Art Print, signed by the artist (Open Edition)

Your print is a reproduction of the original Color Pencil Painting: “Pond Of Lilies”.


Each print is created using professional quality products, printed, proofed and hand-signed right here in my studio by yours truly, resulting in exceptional image quality and longevity so you can display your prints with confidence.

All prints will have a white border and will vary depending on original aspect ratio of the artwork and print size selected. Each print is carefully adjusted to allow printing of the full original piece and to avoid cropping.

Please note that all monitors display color differently, so your print may differ slightly in color from the image you see onscreen.

Prints are made to order, please allow up to 2-3 business days to process your order while I create your custom print and package for safe shipment.

Frame is not included, for display purposes only.

* Canon Pixma Pro-100 Professional Photo Injet Printer
* Genuine Canon ChromaLife100+ inks
* Canon Pro Luster Finish Paper, providing an elegant surface that resists fingerprints and virtually eliminates glare.


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Heidi Hirtle was born and raised in beautiful Rural Lunenburg County. From a very early age she developed a deep love of nature that evolved naturally into her life’s true passion of photography.

Over the years Heidi occasionally dabbled in drawing and painting but devoted the vast majority of her time to her camera. In 2015 Heidi was stricken with a rare neurological disorder (Paroxysmal Dystonia) that severely limited her ability to get out and about with her camera. As a form of meditation, to pass the time and continue her visual love of nature she again picked up her paints and pencils, and with a great deal of passion, surprisingly little practice (and even less training), she was able to create the artwork you see here. Heidi now happily resides in Bridgewater with her husband and stepdaughters, and spends her time painting.

This artwork is created by an indomitable spirit and a love of the world around us.