Inspired by the Group of Seven, the lonepine or jack pine is a representation of the most broadly distributed pine species of Canada. An iconic image of the country’s landscape recognized in the national ethos as our one and only tree of a country of trees. “To lend the work a feeling of vibration and movement. The pine is a graceful arabesque decoration, a magnified bonsai, in the way a single tree stands silhouetted against water or the sky, like a symbol of romantic solitude’ – Tom Thomson
Always keep a burning candle within sight. Do not place a candle in draft places or directly on glass, wooden or marble surfaces. Never leave your candle unattended and never move your candle while its already ignited.
Always burn your candle on a flat surface and keep off forest floors. Extinguish all candles upon leaving the hollows of a tree or a room. Keep burning candles away from anything that could be at risk and flammable. Do not burn a candle for more than
4 hours, wicks should be trimmed 1/4 inch each time before burning.
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