Christopher Kovacs - Fine Art
April 12, 2021   9:48 am NL Time

Current News

New painting “Poinciana Sunset”

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”

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”

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

New painting “Quiet Solitude”

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”

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”

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

New painting “A Dutch Wind” plus a memoir about my mentor, William Wegman

I’ve done another painting in the theme of celebrating international places during the pandemic. This one is based in the Netherlands, and that prompted me to write a lengthy reminiscence about William Wegman, the Dutch artist whom I tried under.

New painting “Rest in Pieces”

In contrast to the last painting “Harbour Lens,” this one features an old boat that is out to pasture and seeing its last days.

New painting “Harbour Lens”

This new painting depicts a colorful scene in Petty Harbour, Newfoundland.

“Before or After the Storm”

This new painting features an approaching storm in Antigua, and may be a metaphor for the pandemic and its effects on our lives.
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