Maritime Sketches

BarHarb Shop Posts-Cropped-wWinter has definitely arrived in Saskatoon. An Alberta Clipper blew in yesterday and left about 4-5 inches of snow in its wake. I’m not a huge fan of winter. Autumn is my favorite season – mostly because of the colors.

That’s what made flipping back through my sketchbook so much fun this morning. It was a treat to be reminded of the brilliance of September and October – as captured along the Atlantic in New England and the Maritimes. A bit of a seasonal antidote to the whites of winter.

You might enjoy flipping through the images, too. Here’s a link to the Atlantic/Maritime images as posted to an album on my Facebook page. You don’t have to be a FB friend to take a peak. Enjoy! And, if you’re in the snow zone like me, stay warm!

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4 Responses to “Maritime Sketches”

  1. Linda Clark

    Thank you so much for the wonderful pause to my otherwise hectic Friday morning. I, too, am a fan of Autumn and we are lucky this year here in NE…no snow yet, but it is coming I know.

    Your sketches are all wonderful and make me homesick for the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

    Blessings at this Thanksgiving season, Linda

  2. Pat Katz

    Blessings to you, too, Linda – and Thanksgiving greetings to all my American friends. May you round up the turkey and trimmings with ease and enjoy your time with family and friends.

  3. gail willner

    Your Maritime paintings are so lovely. I do enjoy them very much. They are very refreshing, as we have had our first taste of winter – cold, blowy and snow! Do you sell them as cards at all? Thanks.
    gail willner (Kamloops, B.C.)

  4. Pat Katz

    I have turned some of the sketches into cards for my own use and as gifts to friends and family. However, it’s good to know that there’s interest in that possibility beyond my own circle. Thanks for your kind comments.

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