The Passage

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.

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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Bernadette McCormack has been painting since 1992. Her work is bright and bold and full of color. She is inspired her surroundings, and uses natural shapes to tell her stories. Bernadette lives on Vancouver Island after growing up in Alberta and her work often reflects the stunning landscapes of Western Canada.

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