Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary lily pads digital artwork

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Lily Pads Digital Artwork

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Lily Pads Digital Artwork

Artist Sheila Alden is a lover of nature. She enjoys creating art inspired by the spectacular wild places around where she lives. Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Lily Pads digital artwork has been created after a visit to one of those places. There is a secluded lily pond located at the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary that was the inspiration for this work.

The Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Topsfield and Wenham, Massachusetts. And it is Massachusetts Audubon Society’s largest wildlife sanctuary. The area is diverse and includes meadows, forests, wetlands, the Ipswich River and a lovely pond. All in all, there are 12 miles of trails to enjoy, in this 2,800-acre location. The refuge is home to many species of wildlife. White tailed deer, red foxes, squirrels and chipmunks abound. And it is well know for the many types of birds that can be found there.

The Ipswich river flows through the sanctuary, and taking a canoe ride in the river is a favorite past time. From May through October, Mass Audubon members can rent canoes for a very reasonable price. Also, outside of the refuge along route 97, in Topsfield there are areas one can park their car ,and put their own canoe in the Ipswich River.

About This Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Lily Pads Digital Artwork:

Title: Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Lily Pads

Medium: Digital art on canvas

Size: 20″ x 16″

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