Me ma has a habit of renting a beach house in summertime in Lockeport, Nova Scotia. I sometimes tag along. I always have coloured pencils and pastels and so on. We get fresh fish from a local vendor and fresh vegetables from a local market. We mix our fish and vegies together, with each serving bundled in tin foil and cooked conceivably over a bon fire. There sometimes is a fire ban. We often make do with a barbeque.
Lockeport study 1 (acrylic, 2016)
Lockeport study 2 (acrylic, 2016)
Lockeport study 3 (acrylic, 2016)
It has been a few years since I have been into my acrylic paints, and a few of the colors have dried up. I make do with the few that I have with me.
Lockeport (panorama, 2015)
This is the inlet to a set of three beach houses.
My study settled on a large rock reaching into the water in front of our beach house window.
Lockeport (graphic pencil, 2016)
Lockeport (chalk pastel, 2016)
Lockeport (acrylic paint, 2016)
Ultimately, I fitted a few colored pencil drawings to a bizzarely matted frame and presented the collage to me ma as thanks for the fish.
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