Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
August 4, 2021   9:26 am NL Time

“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.

Cheery colors and a playful horse in “Equine Spring”

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My latest painting is a potential antidote to the winter blahs and the tedium of the long pandemic.

New painting “Quiet Solitude”

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The first painting of 2021 features a humpback whale diving in front of the rocky Newfoundland coast. In other news, my painting “A Bull in the Bay,” which also shows a humpback whale, will be in a charity auction later this month to support Newfoundland Rugby.

New painting “Autumn Fog”

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My latest painting features a foggy scene and brilliant autumn colours in the trees, on Island Pond in Newfoundland.

Cape Spear lighthouse “Lighting the Way”

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My new painting features the oldest lighthouse in Newfoundland at Cape Spear, which is itself the easternmost point of North America.
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