One of Brian Scott’s new paintings.

Scott’s new Vancouver paintings at Filberg Lodge

Brian Scott will be exhibiting his new Vancouver paintings at Filberg Lodge.

His favourite is the fireworks in English Bay from Granville Bridge including Burrard Bridge and the distant sunset over Vancouver Island in the deep space.

He also painted the final approach of the harbour air float plane over Burrard Inlet including downtown Vancouver and Mount Baker in the deep space.

He will also be showing some of his favorite Comox Valley paintings, view from the Black Fin and the view of the back of the Comox Glacier from Cormorant Helicopter.

Scott’s show is at Filberg lodge Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 5 .pm. Ten per cent of sales go to North Island College Foundation.

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