fishing boats on a slip
in Battle Harbour,
Labrador. What was
once a way of life has
been recreated as
historical artifact and
In this issue:
Feature Articles ...
Battle Harbour Restoration by Kim Clark with photography by Kevin Redmond
The restoration of Battle Harbour is an ongoing project that has so far
led to the preservation of over 20 historic buildings, wharves and
walkways and more than 500 artifacts. The site has been designated a
National Historic Site and National Historic District and recently was
named an Atlantic Signature Attraction.
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Editing the Landscape - The Art of Tara Bryan by Gloria Hickey
Tara Bryan sees the
coastline as a place of
where rocks can be
fluid, water crisp and
air tangible. In her
daring studies of light,
rock, water and sky
Rediscovering Rainer Rees by Ian Sutherland
What happens when a person of distinguished ability
does not encounter the necessary social support?
Ozzy and Marie by Cathy Finn
From Ozzie Nelson to Ozzy Osbourne... a period in which Marie went from middle to old
age. A lot happens in 40 years.
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