Today’s post is from a few years ago. It’s a painting of the front of Christ Church Cathedral in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
I’ve always enjoyed a good arched doorway.
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.