Today’s image is a painting of one of the more impressive buildings at the University of New Brunswick; “Sir Howard Douglas Hall”.
In venturing along the coastline I come across these maritime guide posts. There is something about that flash of red against the stark white that draws me in, and whispers a mystery.
Today’s watercolour is of the front entrance to the “Justice Building” in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Today’s painting “Entry” is one of my doorway paintings. The personality of a place can sometimes be revealed by the way they invite us in.
Back in the day this used to be RCMP headquarters in Fredericton, N.B.
Today’s painting is of my grandparent’s farmhouse. It was always a great adventure to pile into the car and head off to see them and the farm.
Today’s post is a graphite drawing of the house I grew up in.