Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
August 9, 2020   2:22 am NL Time

New painting “Lupine View”

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I’ve taken a break from painting international scenes and return to Newfoundland for this colorful and pretty scene of lupins framing a reflected wharf in Holyrood.

“Shinto Shrine” is the newest painting

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My latest painting “Shinto Shrine” brings us to Japan on this theme of international locations that I’m painting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Pondering Panda” at the Beijing Zoo!

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My newest painting, in the current theme of international scenes during the COVID-19 pandemic, features a pair of giant pandas at the Beijing Zoo.

“Austrian Palace” is from The Sound of Music…or is it?

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I’m still doing international scenes during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the current stop is in Salzburg, Austria, for a painting of a palace famously associated with the movie The Sound of Music.

“Plundered Castle” is the latest international painting

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Urquhart Castle in Scotland is the setting of my latest painting, one of a series during the COVID-19 lockdown, which celebrates international scenes that I’ve visited .

New painting “Worshipping Poseidon”

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This new painting is another international scene, the Temple of Poseidon, located atop a cliff about 60 km from Athens, Greece.

Two of the twelve apostles in “Australian Apostles”

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My latest painting celebrates Australia by depicting the Twelve Apostles, an impressive and gorgeous collection of limestone sea stacks on the Great Ocean Road outside Melbourne.

New painting “We’ll Always Have Paris”

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Continuing with a series of pandemic-inspired paintings of international scenes, the newest one is “We’ll Always Have Paris.”

New painting “Ciao, Venezia!” celebrates Italy

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I’ve turned to doing some international scenes during this pandemic and lockdown, with the intent of remembering places in better times. The first of these is of Venice, one of my all-time favorite destinations.

New painting “The Fog Will Lift”

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My newest painting is a metaphor for the pandemic and the certainty that things will get better.