Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
October 27, 2021   12:47 am NL Time

“Duo in Trinity”

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The latest painting features two brightly colored houses on a moody evening in Trinity, Newfoundland.

“Ferryland Head” painting

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The lighthouse at Ferryland Head is a popular scenic destination in summer, especially if you avail of the opportunity to reserve one of the picnic lunches that are provided at the lighthouse building.

It’s “An Improbability of Puffins” !

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This new painting features a typical scene in a cliff-top condominium complex frequented by Atlantic puffins, the clowns of the sea and official bird of Newfoundland and Labrador.

A return to a favorite scene in “Quidi Vidi Wharf”

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It was nineteen years ago I painted “Quidi Vidi Gut” and I’ve returned to the same location, but from a different angle, with “Quidi Vidi Wharf.” This is an old fishing village that is part of St. John’s, Newfoundland.

“Take a Break” on a broken bridge

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My latest painting features a peaceful scene with a broken bridge over still waters in Lockston, Newfoundland.

Undersea “Majestic Honu”

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My latest painting features a diving green sea turtle, in Hawaiian waters near Kona.

“Off Season” in Holyrood

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My newest painting features lonely boats at the marina in Holyrood, waiting for a return to action.

New painting “Protecting Placentia”

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My newest painting features a pair of very old cannons on Castle Hill, guarding the town of Placentia in Newfoundland.

New painting “Poinciana Sunset”

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It’s sunset oceanside outside Darwin, Australia, in this painting that is part of a series of international scenes that I’ve painted during the pandemic.

Latest painting “Docked at Dildo”

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I’ve returned to the town with the infamous name Dildo for a scene of shattered reflections below a colorful wharf.
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