An archival 11x 14" monochrome art print of the Lunenburg Harbour View, Nova Scotia, Canada.
"On walks through town, I love peeking through the rows of houses down to the harbour. Lunenburg's houses today are bright and colourful but painting them in monochrome allows me to enjoy their shapes and shadows and imagine them as might have been, painted white, in years past.
Lunenburg is a historical fishing town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. It still has an working waterfront, and is recognized as a UNESCO Heritage Site for it's historical town layout."
Edition of 300.
Each print is signed, titled and numbered.
Paper size 11 x 14"
Printed on Aurora Art Natural, Acid free, 100% Cotton rag paper
Printed with vibrant Epson archival pigment inks
Kat Frick Miller graduated from NSCAD University in 2009 and now works as an artist and illustrator in her Lunenburg studio and at the Lunenburg Makery.
Kat's imagery is cultivated through historical and first hand research into the cultural history of a region. She collects reference material, primarily firsthand, sometimes drawing on historical documents available trough research facilities. Within her ongoing work she is conducting research through the archive of the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, exploring the fishing trade and export history as it affected Lunenburg County.
Her work is inspired by the small details in everyday life and the extraordinary adventures she has exploring Atlantic Canada.