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"Battery Sunset"

Edition: 400 signed & numbered: $90.00 each
40 artist proofs: $115.00 each
25 remarques: $140.00 each
(Image size 20 x 71/2)
This fine art reproduction is printed on archival, acid-free paper.

The outer Battery, just inside the Narrows of St. John's Harbour, is a very magical place and it fills me with energy. Never will I tire of painting scenes of the 'Battery' with its colourful houses tucked into the nooks and crannies of Signal Hill.

I was only a young girl when the snow slide occurred taking some lives with it, but that act of nature never deterred those people who chose to remain or those who still choose to live there. To me the Battery represents the hardships that Newfoundlanders have gone through in the past and those who cling to the fishery for a living today.


"George Street"

Edition: 400 signed & numbered: $90.00 each
40 artist proofs: $115.00 each
25 remarques: $140.00 each
(Image size 20 x 6)
This fine art reproduction is printed on archival, acid-free paper.

George Street is the favourite watering-hole for native Newfoundlanders and tourists alike. You'd be surprised at the numbers who congregate here and the faces you'd recognise any given night of the week.

In St. John's one could sit at almost any corner and find something worth painting. The colourful George Street bars are enough to entice any artist to try their hand at capturing the atmosphere. Go, relax, you'll come away saying 'A Good Time Was Had By All'.


"Boardwalk Outport of McCallum"

Edition: 350 signed & numbered: $125.00 each
25 artist proofs: $145.00 each
15 remarques: $170.00 each
(Image size 21 x 151/2)
This fine art reproduction is printed on archival, acid-free paper.

The beautiful community of McCallum can be reached only by boat or helicopter. The coastal boat leaves the community of Hermitage daily and McCallum is the second stop along the way.

The only church, on the top of the hill, looks down on it's very proud parishioners, and during my stay I witnessed a fully dressed bride and her party walking up the boardwalk for her wedding in that church. Outport Newfoundlanders cling to the fishery for a living and this remote community is testament to that. This edition is just one of the images I've painted from that wonderful trip.


"Salvage Harbour"

Edition: 300 signed & numbered: $100.00 each
20 artist proofs: $125.00 each
12 remarques: $150.00 each
(Image size 21 x 14)
This fine art reproduction is printed on archival, acid-free paper.

The rugged picturesque community of Salvage is a stop that should not be missed, a wonderful sight for your eyes and your camera lens. During the summer of 2000 I visited this beautiful town on the east coast and witnessed how Newfoundlanders still cling to the fishery for a living. Although the fishery has declined, tourism has boosted the economy of the area.

Salvage harbour with its headlands and spray-washed islands provides a natural shelter for the small boats from the cold North Atlantic seas and winds. This reproduction of the little village is one of the scenes from that memorable visit.


"Queen's Road - Panoramic downtown St. John's"

Giclée on watercolour paper: 150 signed & numbered: $250.00 each
(Image size 20 x 27)

This fine art reproduction is printed on archival, acid-free paper watercolour paper.

St. John's, Newfoundland is the oldest city in North America and we're proud of it. It is still one of the most wonderful cities in North America to live in. Progress has to happen but we are trying to protect the historical part of it as best we can.

This view of downtown St. John's is taken from Harvey Road, and can no longer be seen due to downtown development. From this vantage point one could get a true panoramic view of the historical homesteads, Signal Hill with Cabot Tower, the sheltered harbour with the Atlantic Ocean as a back-drop, and old Fort Amherst. It was one of the most photographed and painted images of St. John's. This is Cynthia's newest reproduction.


Cynthia I. Noel, Visual Artist

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