James Mann Art Farm. Gallery of various subjects. Places I’ve been and things I’ve seen… with a few reconstructions. And the next day… it’s all history. Buildings, structures & landscape painting. Click an image below for a larger view of the original art.
Pencil… four pencil sketches. Battle Harbour is roughly 10 miles (16k) east of Mary’s Harbour into the Labrador Sea (Atlantic Ocean). Battle Harbour is an island, accessible by boat or helicopter. It is a preserved and restored 19th century cod fishing and processing settlement… and a small and hardy community of year round residents. I… Read more »
Watercolor… the Cafe du Monde opened in 1862 at the intersection of Decatur and St Ann Streets, opposite the East corner of Jackson Square… in the 1813 French Market reconstruction… on the site of the original 1791 Spanish, Butcher’s Hall. The specialty was… and still is… French Arcadian beignets and dark roast, chicory coffee. The… Read more »
Watercolor… The Avalon Pier on the New Jersey Shore, existed from 1929 until 1979. This painting represents the pier’s appearance, circa the late 1960’s. Marian’s Pokerino is located on the lower right, with Charlie’s Abbotts Ice Cream, over to the left. The Avalon Theatre, ticket window at the front center, occupied the majority of the… Read more »
Watercolor… on the corner of Ocean Drive & 33rd Street, Avalon, New Jersey. The Ocean Deli is gone and the building torn down since I painted this and in it’s place, sits a truly uninspired, generic residence.