This little Harbor is part of the Noyo river where it joins the Pacific Ocean in Fort Bragg, California. This watercolor is done on arches 300 lb cold press paper. it is privately owned and is only available in print.
water harbor fishing boats landscape
simply gorgeous.! I have been there Sally, tis a lovely scene
Thanks. This is a dying port so I’m happy to have seen it in it’s heyday. I’ve probably done at least one hundred paintings in and around this harbor.
remarkable, Sally. stunning work.
Thank you, Sally, that’s a real compliment coming from somebody with your watercolor skills.llll
wonderful spot captured so well Sally !LIz
Thank you, Liz
Wonderful detail, Sally, and a truly beautiful piece! ~ Pat
Thank you, Pat.
what a wonderful work of art. So much work in it
Thank you very much.
i miss califbut not 30 mil folks-nice rendition of a pretty place i lived there in cal 25 years
Thanks, I started south and kept moving north. I live in a town of one thousand four hundred people, a beautiful river and tall trees. I think I’ll stay. S.
Sally ~ I lost track of you. I have an original that you did of Noyo. I bought it several years ago in Sacramento at the Town & Country show, and I love it! Are you still in the Bay Area? I have not seen you at any shows in years. Kathye Miller – (Holy Family)
Hi Kathye, I remember you. I’ll send you a bubble mail.
HI kathye, is your redbubble name glendale? Send me a bubble mail and I’ll respond. Sally
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