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    Beach Remnants

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    Contact brianlasaga@gmail.com
    Added 2017-09-27 19:39:14
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    Driftwood and beach scenes are my favorite subjects to paint. I do a lot of kayaking and this is one scene I stumbled upon in February of 2012. I decided to add two crows since there are always crows in this area and everywhere around this island. This is the back side view of the island of Sandy Point. The Nature Conservancy of Canada has now proclaimed this island a bird sanctuary. It used to be the busiest place on Newfoundland's west coast. Many Americans stopped over to Sandy Point when they were stationed in Stephenville when they had their American base set up during world war II . No humans live there anymore and all have relocated to another area across the bay in St. George's, Barachois Brook and Stephenville Crossing, Newfoundland. The last two left the island in 1973. This island has been an inspiration for my work for many, many years. All that's left are weathered breakwaters, graveyards,  and many beach remnants, but lots of birds and some wildlife.

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    Name of Artist: Brian LaSaga
    Width (inches): 27
    Height (inches): 18
    Country: Canada
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Representational: Landscape / Nature


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