Herring Huts - New Brunswick Framed original watercolour $800.00 25 x 26 inches framed This was a painting I did during one of my summer painting trips to St. Andrews by-the-Sea in New Brunswick. I believe this painting was of the herring huts in Stuart Town, New Brunswick. When I was painting this
The Clam Diggers of St.Andrews Framed original watercolour $1500.00 40 x 33 inches framed I created this scene from photographs I took of clam diggers on the seashore in St. Andrews by-the-Sea. I worked on this painting in the evenings in my rented room after days of painting at various locations around and
In for Repair 22 x 30 inches It took me a few days to complete this picture. A large boat was kept ashore in St. Andrews harbour in need of repairs. I found it challenging to paint the profusion of vegetation in the foreground. I like how the richly detailed foreground contrasts with the less detailed middleground and the
Tided to a Post Framed original watercolour $800.00 22 x 29 inches framed This is one of my earlier watercolour studies from the Canadian East Coast. There is a bit of a play on words with the title of this painting (tied, tide). The tides in the Bay of Fundy are the largest
Low Tide at Grand Manan Island - New Brunswick Framed original watercolour $800.00 23 x 27 inches framed This is a painting I did during a stay on Grand Manan Island, located in the Bay of Fundy. A lot of coastal buildings in the east of Canada are on stilts, this allows for
Clam Diggers of St. Andrews-Pencil Study Framed original pencil study $400.00 11.5 x 13.5 inches with frame On one of my trips to St. Andrews by the Sea in New Brunswick, I decided to create a more elaborate composition of a group of clam diggers. Periodically, I would see them picking clams from
Waves and Rock 22 x 30 inches In my fourth and final summer in New Brunswick I stayed on a couple of weeks longer after everyone had left to paint on my own. I was in search of a more dramatic shoreline to paint for this piece. I found one up the Fundy coast north of St. Andrews by-the-Sea.
Dead Tree 11 x 13 inches This tree caught my eye. It was at the end of its lifecycle and I thought it would make an interesting subject to paint. It appears to emerge from the evergreen trees and reddish rocks in the background. The overcast grayish weather helped to enhance the feeling of decay.