Welcome to my collection of Watercolour prints.
By clicking the links to the left you will be taken to a corresponding display of my prints. By clicking on an image, the image will be enlarged and you will get a detailed description of each print. All print measurements indicated, for example 8 X 10, 11 X 14, 20 X 27 etc., are the frame sizes required for the matted version of my prints.
Limited EditionsI offer the following Limited Editions. Each print comes personally signed and uniquely numbered. They are available either flat (just the print) or framed. Once you have enlarged the image, at the bottom of the page you will see a link to view it either [Flat] or [Framed]. Click on your desired option.
A typical foggy fishing village in Nova Scotia
The early morning mist burning off at West Dover, Nova Scotia.
The sun creates sparkling waters on this quiet sheltered cove.
The red cape islander named "Reverence" returns home to Peggy's Cove
with a full load of fish.
The water sparkles with light in my home town of Seabright in St. Margaret’s Bay.
Only small trees and shrubs can grow on this rugged coastline near Peggy’s Cove. A fisherman’s workday is sometimes interrupted when venturing on the Atlantic is too dangerous.
|Peggy's Cove Morning|
The sun breaks through as a passing storm begins to clear in the early morning.
When ocean swells meet the huge granite rocks, the movement can be mesmerizing for those lucky enough to witness.
|Peggy's Cove Evening|
The glow of the evening sun is slowly obscured as the fog rolls into Peggyʼs Cove
Fisherman repair their nets at Peggy's Cove
You can almost feel the ocean swell as fishermen check lobster pots off the Peggy's Cove Lighthouse
|Fog on the Cove|
Fog on the Cove
|Bright Sunny Cove|
Ripples and reflections on the cove on a clear day. I've left the name off the red boat so I can put whatever the buyer wants there.
The movement of the waves and gulls are evident on this windy Peggy's Cove morning.