Sisters Islets Light House – Salish Sea In the middle of the Salish Sea, off the the shore of Lasqueti Island British Columbia, there is a lighthouse perched on a series of very compact rocks called Sisters Islets. The current light built in 1967 replaced the light built in 1898 to guide ships heading north to Alaska. It is recorded that this was one of the more difficult Lights to man due to the insolation and frequent winter storms. I sailed past this now automated Lighthouse a few years ago and was in awe of the natural surroundings. This 24×36 acrylic on canvas artwork is my memory of seeing the light off in the distant sea offering all mariners hope and well wishes for a good journey. It is on display at Central Art Studio & Gallery 3rd floor of the Bay Centre in Victoria.
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