The Fog And The Island – Featured Art Print

The Fog and The Island

I created The Fog And The Island using a traditional watercolor technique. This technique focuses on subtle colors and shading.

The setting is a New England harbor that has an island at the entrance.The harbor itself is lined by a New England fishing village. The harbor is a busy port for fisherman and other boaters. All around the harbor are docks and moors for the many boats that call the harbor home. New England is infamous for its fishing industry and the towns that support it. The natural setting of harbor, island, ocean and coastline creates an ideal situation for artists. Thoughts?

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24 thoughts on “The Fog And The Island – Featured Art Print

  1. Teagan Geneviene

    Kirt, you know I’m usually all about vivid colors… but I really do like this one. It’s calming, comforting in a way. It makes me imagine an old movie where I might see Audrey Hepburn, or Sean Connery, or maybe a young James Garner. Thanks for sharing. Hugs.

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  3. Sue Slaght

    I love this one Kirt. The fog and the island remind me so much of early mornings when we were hiking the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island. Such a magical or spooky feel depending on one’s mindset. A beautiful image.

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