First posted on November 6, 2010 by Art Fried dough with wild strawberry jam or just slathered with real butter! It seems like yesterday rather than 60 years ago when I, my brothers, and every friend who was downwind would … Continue reading FOOD: Fried Dough – An original Fundy Wonder
Did you know that wolves were common in Maine back in the 1800s? This COLOR & LEARN set includes the story, references, media, and artwork that includes a newly created version of the illustration showing the wolves attacking a horse … Continue reading LOOKING BACK – WOLVES ON THE AIRLINE IN NORTHERN MAINE
Great image and post online at Facebook February 7, 2023 *—-The Mi’kmaq **are the founding people of Nova Scotia and remain the predominant Aboriginal group within the province. When the Mi’kmaq first encountered Europeans in the 16th and 17th centuries, … Continue reading NATIVE AMERICANS – Mi’kmaq Places in Nova Scotia
Sailboats were all the thing waaay back in the day. Look at these vessels in Boothbay Harbour, Maine back in the 1930s!! Click here to see available versions Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING: Sailboats in Boothbay Harbor, Circa 1930s
Artwork based on a photo from the NB Provincial Archive showing celebrations for Samuel de Champlain’s arrival in Canada – 1904 Click here to see available versions Continue reading HISTORY: Celebrating Samuel de Champlain’s arrival in Saint John NB -1904
Loading cars on Grand Manan Ferry III in St. Andrews, NB 1960. Based on photo from Tides Institute Eastport, Maine. Click here to see available versions. Continue reading SHIPS & SHIPPING – Loading cars on Grand Manan Ferry III 1960
Beautiful Bethia is a figurehead on the resurrected HMS Bounty. This artwork is based on a photo taken in St. Andrews, NB when the Bounty visited there. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VARIOUS AVAILABLE VERSIONS Continue reading SHIPS – Beautiful Bethia – the Figurehead on HMS Bounty.
Looking back to cave explorations in 1903. Wonder what the current status is for these interesting places? Continue reading EXPLORE: New Brunswick Caves – 1903
John Wood’s explores documents discussing the presence of Vikings in North America. He quotes the work of Arthur Weise who wrote The Discoveries of America to the Year 1525, published in 1884 and which discusses legends of lands to the … Continue reading PEOPLE: Did the Northmen discover Vinland in North America?
CBC News was granted a sneak peek of work being done on a $1.8M project to re-create historic settlement CBC News · Posted: Oct 23, 2019 7:05 AM AT Work continues on the Place Fort La Tour project in Saint John. … Continue reading LOOKING BACK – Development of Fort La Tour taking shape, set to open next year – CBC 2019
A colorized and edited vintage B&W drawing of a Log Drive through the Reversing Falls in Saint John, NB. If you would like a copy for your wall or publications let us know and we will let you know what … Continue reading LOOKING BACK – Log Drive Through Reversing Falls, Saint John, NB
I’m in the process of scanning old documents and press clipping. This particular one appeared in the Telegraph Journal back in 2000, the same year I received the Visionary Award from the Gulf of Maine Council. I’ve read it through … Continue reading LOOKING BACK: 21 years have passed and the Bay of Fundy isn’t getting better…
Believe or don’t believe it, my art career began in the 1950s. I know it is really hard for the new guard to believe, but there really wasn’t any internet, Google image search, Pinterest, Wikimedia Commons or any of the … Continue reading SWIPE FILES — Any of you artists remember swipe files?
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