ALL IMAGES COPYRIGHT ROSEMARY HANNA Summertime, where living is easy down by the sea – for dreamers. Where big and small ships, and their mariners, protect Canada’s Port of entry. Safety for Canadians and visitors! To play, cruise, learn and maybe stay forever. Other ships are the heart of Vancouver’s working waterfront, Canada’s commercial drumbeat. They are coming to work while cruise ships and commercial vessels enter the Port of Vancouver. Offshore, navy and rescue vessels. Some little workboats wait and dream of their next missions, ready to head out from port under a new command. Vancouver Port’s many events: https://www.portvancouver.com/about-us/
ART OF SEAS, SHIPS, MARINERS AT WATERS EDGE. MARITIME HISTORY AND CONTEMPORARY OCEAN NEWS AT VANCOUVER MARITIME MUSEUM http://vancouvermaritimemuseum.com/event/artist-talk-rosemary-hanna MARITIME ARTS AND PACIFIC COAST SAILING EXPERIENCE!
SAILORS DREAM OF FAST SUMMER PASSAGES, UNDER TALL MASTS!
From loud crashing waves to gentlest evening waves, a repeated hush upon sandy shore. From peaceful murmurs, like miniature trumpets, of Barrow’s Goldeneye ducks, we love hanging out by the Pacific shores.
Songs of our sentinels by the sea
At Vancouver Maritime Museum
Salt Mist Seasons: Marine Art of the BC
Why is marine art fun and endlessly engaging? Voyage aboard 1920s rum running vessel, MV Salt Mist (ex-Kagome) through images of her secret sea haunts 48*49’N.123*22’W-50°41’N.125°52’W. From a mariner-artist’s perspective, Rosemary explores ocean art themes from the SALT MIST exhibition, focusing on light and reflection, the essence of sea, ship, and shore!