Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Hopewell Cape

This is my finished painting of Hopewell Cape (home of the Hopewell Rocks). This is a spot we toured on our holiday in New Brunswick. It is at the Bay of Fundy which has the highest tides in the world. It's spectacular to be walking on the ocean floor when the tide is out. And doesn't it have the best name?
20"x24" / acrylic on canvas / $585



8 comments:

Tammy Hext said...

Wow - this is spectacular.

Patti Vincent said...

Beautiful color and depth. Amazing!

Sandra Busby said...

Hopehedoesn'tfalloffwell Cape! That's a good name! I instantly saw in my head a tiny figure peering over the top - The scale you have created is amazing! :0)

suzanneberry said...

This is incredible !!! LOVE it!!! Everything about it is perfect! Congratulations!

BLM said...

Wonderful! Love it!

Barbara Muir said...

Love it. I walked on the ocean floor when the tide was out on the other side -- on the Minas basin. I love the strength of this, and the colour. So amazing.

XOXO Barbara

Neiley Harris said...

Oooh, this is inspirational Kim!

Cristall Harper said...

Stunning~ There is nothing you can't paint!