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  • Fisgard Lighthouse

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    Fisgard Lighthouse

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    Since1860, Fisgard Lighthouse has served continuously as a beacon on Canada’s West Coast. Although still in operation, it also serves as a museum with interactive displays and vintage photographs. It occupies the same location as Fort Rodd Hill National Historic site – a beautiful park featuring acres of historical buildings and meadows overlooking Esquimalt Harbour.

    artist: Carswell King
    region: South Island
    closest community: Colwood
    original medium: Illustration

     

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  • The Passage

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    The Passage

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    Chrome Island has one of the last staffed light houses on the west coast. Established in 1891, it was built at a time when the Olympia oyster beds (the only native oyster) in this area were thriving, providing sustenance to the Indigenous peoples and commercial fisheries. You can easily paddle out to Chrome Island to tour of the lighthouse and see the Indigenous art carved in the rock. Keep your eye open for Orca pods! That’s Denman Island in the background.

    artist: Bernadette McCormack
    region: Gulf Islands
    closest community: Deep Bay
    original medium: Acrylic

     

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  • Sunset on the Estuary

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    Sunset on the Estuary

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    My favourite route to drive from Comox to Courtenay is along the foreshore of the K’ómoks estuary. The views are spectacular with the Beaufort Mountains as a backdrop, ever changing tidal flats, eagles, herons and seals and occasionally a small fishing boat or two moored alongside.

    artist: Channing Holland
    region: Central Island
    closest community: Comox
    original medium: Acrylic

     

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  • Lifting Fog

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    Lifting Fog

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    The Sooke Harbour is a place where one can still find many colourful wooden working boats, reminders of a time gone by. These colourful work-horses are reflected in the often calm waters to make complex and beautiful patterns and reflections. I often take photographs of these boats from my kayak which lends a refreshingly different point of view.

    artist: Kathleen Schmalz
    region: South Island
    closest community: Sooke
    original medium: Acrylic

     

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