#CountyPosters: Wellington’s main street plays host to four star restaurants and mansions turned b&b, but for so many it’s the park that is the heart of town. Tucked in between cottages and the United church, Wellington Park leads downward to the lapping, shaley shores of Lake Ontario. Celebrations draw grownups to the gazebo while kids transform the gigantic play structure into ships of space and sea and time. #Posters #Illustration #Ontario #Playground
Marc Keelan-Bishop Illustration
This #poster celebrates the joy of #summer in #Ontario: ferry crossings, #winebagos, #canoes, #sailboats. Another in my series of faux tourism posters for #PrinceEdwardCounty. This poster of Lake on the Mountain is for sale as part of Artinthecounty.com
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The lovely village of Consecon, tucked in between the Loyalist Parkway and Lake Ontario, becomes a street racing destination every summer when the Consecon Soap Box Derby takes over “the hill”, drawing kids from near and far. Small town fun at it’s best.
Vicki Emlaw was one of the icons of Prince Edward County that formed our image of the place as we contemplated moving. Vicki and partner Tim Noxon run Vicki’s Veggies leading a team of farm …
Picton at Night
The Regent Theatre is one of the last remaining small-town cinemas, lighting up the core of main street Picton with it’s vintage neon glow. Picton is where the business of the County mixes. …
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In the mid 19th century, Prince Edward County was known for it’s barley, grown all across the island and shipped to New York state where it was prized by beer and ale makers. The County’s many coves and bays allowed locally-built ships to anchor near farms. Many ships were launched in South Bay, and even more sheltered there, avoiding the fate of the numerous shipwrecks that dot the shore near Little Bluff. Recently, the County has seen a surge in new breweries. #poster #princeedwardcounty…
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CountyPosters.com - The One that Got Away The Avro Arrow was a supersonic fighter jet built by Canada in the 1950s. Ahead of its time, it was unceremoniously destroyed overnight by the Canadian government. Much mystery surrounds this event. No airplanes remain, however aerodynamic models used to test the airplane during its development phase rest at the bottom of Lake Ontario off of point Peter, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada.
This large print of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets glider school at Canadian Forces Detachment Mountain View is part of my series of Prince Edward County Posters. These bright yellow gliders and th…