Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
September 22, 2017   3:36 am NL Time

Current News

New painting “Salvage”

“Salvage” depicts one of the oldest communities in North America, continuously populated since the time that it was founded by the Beothuks.

New painting “Fiddler on the Rock”

Back in 2005, I started a series of paintings on the theme of Newfoundland music. After a gap, this is the fifth in the series, a new painting titled “Fiddler on the Rock.”

New painting “Koala”

I’ve finished a new painting “Koala,” which is, as the title would suggest, a painting of a lovely koala bear in Brisbane, Australia.

New painting “Farilham” added to website

“Farilham” is a harbor scene in Ferryland, Newfoundland, which complements the recent painting of the iceberg from the same location.

Limited edition giclée of “Triumvirate”

I’ve released a new limited edition print of “Triumvirate,” which depicts the tripe-headed iceberg in Ferryland. This is a giclée limited to 300 copies, and it is available through my distributor at this link.

New painting “Windswept Silver”

“Windswept Silver” is a newly completed painting of a lovely horse.

New painting “Triumvirate”

I completed “Triumvirate” yesterday, which features a massive, three-peaked iceberg that grounded off Ferryland, Newfoundland during Easter week.

New painting “Fisherman’s Blues”

“Fisherman’s Blues” looks at a scene in Labrador of the easternmost corner of continental North America.

New painting “Wintering Jelly Beans”

“Wintering Jelly Beans” revisits a view of the colorful houses of St. John’s, Newfoundland, but in the dead of winter when the colors are more muted.

New painting “Duck, Duck, Goose!”

This morning I finished this wintry scene of water fowl on Quidi Vidi Lake. It unexpectedly led to the discovery of the story of Michael the goose, who lived on that lake for about ten years.