Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
May 26, 2018   9:10 am NL Time

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New painting “Steeplechase”

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Today I completed the painting “Steeplechase,” which was inspired by re-reading some of the novels of Dick Francis.

New painting “Narrows Below”

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I’ve posted  a new painting, “Narrows Below.” It’s a view of the entrance to the harbor in St. John’s, Newfoundland, from the viewpoint of Signal Hill.

“Rosie Waits” sold at charity auction

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I’m pleased to announce that the painting “Rosie Waits” sold for $1,600 at last Friday’s charity auction to support Newfoundland rugby.

New painting to be auctioned for charity – “Rosie Waits”

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The new painting is of Rosie, a blood bay horse of the Hanoverian breed. This will be offered in an annual charity auction to support Newfoundland Rugby, to be held at the Delta Hotel in St. John’s on January 29, 2016. More details about the auction (list of items, program, bidding

New painting “Violet Sabrewing”

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I’ve added a commissioned painting that I completed yesterday. “Violet Sabrewing” is a hummingbird found in Central America and Mexico.

New distributor

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I’m pleased to welcome The Artist Workshop as the new distributor for my artwork.

“Herring Neck at Dusk” sold at auction

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I’m delighted to report that “Herring Neck at Dusk” sold for $1,600 at the auction to support Newfoundland Rugby.

Auction of “Herring Neck at Dusk”

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“Herring Neck at Dusk” will be offered at the 2015 auction, dinner, and dance to support Newfoundland Rugby. That event will occur at the Delta Hotel in St. John’s on January 30, 2015. More details about the auction (list of items, program, bidding instructions, etc) are available

New painting “Herring Neck at Dusk”

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This painting depicts the setting sun over the small fishing community of Herring Neck, Newfoundland.

New painting “My Turn?”

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Today I finished “My Turn?” which features two Lusitano horses, Elli and Vento, and their owner Melinda Snodgrass. I also added five photos of the in-progress painting to the “Works-in-Progress” section of the gallery.