Trail's End by Aimee Stewart

Canvas Prints

Small (8.0" x 12.0")


Sizing Information

Small 8.0" x 12.0"
Medium 12.0" x 18.0"
Large 16.0" x 24.0"
X large 20.0" x 30.0"


  • Each print is individually stretched and constructed for your order
  • Epson pigment inks using Giclée inkjets to ensure a long life
  • UV protection provided by a clear lacquer
  • Cotton/poly blend Canson canvas for brighter whites and even stretching

©2007-2008 Aimee Stewart, Foxfires – please see my CC Terms of Use before considering using this image for any personal or commercial use
(Do not repost on Photobucket or Flickr!)

It’s worth the walk to find what awaits you at the trail’s end….

(Trail at Ohme Gardens, in Wenatchee, Washington State USA)

The rest: My own photograph

Aimee’s artwork has been featured in Advanced Photoshop Magazine, ImagineFX, and others. Her work can be found internationally as a greeting cards through Tree Free Greetings, cross stitch patterns through HAED, and jigsaw puzzles by such companies as Buffalo Games, Mega Puzzles, and more! These are now available at Walmart, Fred Meyer, and more. Aimee is currently working on her first children’s book featuring whimsical animals, slated for release in 2012.

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  • EbonyKate
    EbonyKatealmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful, very dream like love the softness and depth

  • Thank you so much Kate!

    – Aimee Stewart

  • FlamingoGirl
    FlamingoGirlalmost 7 years ago

    gorgeous & so romantic!

  • Thank you sweetness! I’ve always liked this one because of it’s “Edward Scissorhands” type quality, if that makes sense. That sort of dreamy, almost too perfect green. lol

    – Aimee Stewart

  • Per E. Gunnarsen
    Per E. Gunnarsenalmost 7 years ago

    Cool! Love you treatment, light and depth

  • Thank you! I really appreciate the feedback!

    – Aimee Stewart

  • Peter Harpley
    Peter Harpleyalmost 7 years ago

    Speaking as someone in one of my frequent ‘never again’ phases – it takes a very sweet romantic image to crack at that crust. This really made me smile – it could have been coy this idea if excuted the wrong way, but again, your technique as well as your artistry makes this really cool – well done. I promise to go out there and be romantic to someone tomorrow….!!!! Well I’ll try…

  • Ahhh now that is a very cool compliment! Trust me… I was so hesitant to create something that really could dive over the edge into shmaltz so easily. But, the path itself is in such a beautiful garden near where I live…and it really was such a great day when I was there, that I just put faith in the fact that sometimes something just genuinely romantic can win out. :D So yes, go out… dust off the romance and share it with someone. :D

    BTW – I see you are in London. Oh how I love that city. I’ve been twice, and the day I left I was already missing it. I know sometimes the charm of a city can fade if one actually has to live there… but take it from someone who gets to enjoy it as an outsider… it’s a rich labyrinth. I can’t even begin to verbalize how amazing it is to walk through a city with that much history. Where I live, in Washington State – our oldest pub is only about 150 years old, give or take a few years. So you can imagine my wild eyed wonder at wandering through buildings that are so ancient!

    Heh…anyway, sorry about the rambling. I just can’t help it when it comes to London. :D

    – Aimee Stewart

  • kenmo
    kenmoover 6 years ago

    A very curious and fascinating photo……

  • dimarie
    dimarieover 6 years ago

    This is gorgeous!
    and very clever!

  • myoriginalsin
    myoriginalsinover 6 years ago

    This is beautiful :) I love hearts in the sky! :)
    Do you have the bottom half of your image (the path and greenery) posted on Deviantart as stock? As I recently downloaded it as a stock image to use?
    Just thought I would ask, as I would hate to think someone was using your photo as stock…

  • Thank you!!

    I do indeed have it posted on DA – under “FoxStox” :D So use it to your heart’s content! :) I love it when people use my stock. And thank you so much for asking about it though! :hug:

    – Aimee Stewart

  • myoriginalsin
    myoriginalsinover 6 years ago

    Ahh great :) No problem, I would hate to see your work being used somewhere that you didn’t know! You have beautiful stock and I will definitely try to create something magical out of it :)

  • jase8812
    jase8812over 6 years ago

    Fantastic work well done.

  • George Lenz
    George Lenzover 6 years ago

    awesome cloud work

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