Fleur de Lys Harbour


Fishing stages and wharfs surrounded by boats can be seen all along the shores of coastal outport communities in Newfoundland. Historically this was the centre of the inshore fishery and where almost all fishing activity happened. It was a place where fisherman gathered to mend nets, cure fish and store their catch after it was dried. I spent a lot of time crawling over fish flakes and hanging out watching fisherman split and salt their cod.  This is a painting of scenic Fleur de lys harbour which played a big role in the early French Migratory fishery and continues to be a fishing community today. 12×24 acrylic commission.



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