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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Oro Farm Sheds by JGracey Stinson
Beach Storm by JGracey Stinson
The Old Auto Shed by JGracey Stinson
Orillia Winter by JGracey Stinson
Dawning Light by JGracey Stinson
Illusions by JGracey Stinson
Autumn Backlit by JGracey Stinson
On the Wind by JGracey Stinson
Reeds of Black by JGracey Stinson
Chieftans Museum by JGracey Stinson
Wistful Desires by JGracey Stinson
Yellow and Gray by JGracey Stinson
Pond in Pink by JGracey Stinson
Secret Footbridge by JGracey Stinson
Rural Fall Fields by JGracey Stinson
Storm at Niagara by JGracey Stinson
Roses and lace by JGracey Stinson
Garden Zinnias by JGracey Stinson
Westridge Lower Park in Autumn 2 by JGracey Stinson
Westridge Lower Park in Autumn by JGracey Stinson
Yellow Sunrise Over Couchiching by JGracey Stinson
Swing Bridge by JGracey Stinson
Spring Morning at Couchiching Park by JGracey Stinson
Pathway at Bass Lake by JGracey Stinson
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About JGracey Stinson
Born and raised in Toronto, Orillia has been home for more than 41 years. I've been a professional photographer for about 10 years, but unlike many professionals, I have no degree in art or photography, simply a love for what I do.
My pleasures are simply creating, including photography and digital art, stained glass, and over the years many others (refurbishing furniture, building miniatures, sewing, knitting, crocheting, embroidery, written work, crafting ... if it's creative handwork, I've probably done it.)
Still after even having a need to be creative, my greatest joy (besides my family of course) is still reading ... books on paper, not digital. There's just something about holding a real book in your hands and turning the pages.
My newest joy is a recent purchase my husband and I made ... a home in Florida so we can spend the winter months away from the snow and cold of Canada. The older I get, the less I can handle that cold and after our first winter in Florida (2017), we've already fallen in love with it.
We feel like we're living the best of both worlds. Orillia (Ontario) is the best place in the world to be in the spring to fall months, and Lakeland (Florida) feels like the best place we could possibly be in the winter.
Who could ask for more?
Enjoy life, and be blessed!