Akaroa Aquamarine

Not an approaching storm, but late afternoon sea mists rolling in from the Pacific Ocean at the entrance to Akaroa Harbour on the Banks Peninsula in New Zealand’s South Island. I was amazed at the wonderful shades of turquoise and aquamarine, interspersed with mauve, purple, blue and green of the shallows, sand banks and reefs. The setting sun highlights the dry grass on the harbour heads. Oil painting by Dai Wynn on canvas panel. 20.3 cm high by 25.4 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep approximately. (8 inches by 10 inches).

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Sunrise over French Bay, Akaroa

Oil painting by Dai Wynn of Daly’s Pier on French Bay, Akaroa, Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. As the early morning sun rises above the rim of the ancient volcanic crater, it lights the hills to the west of Akaroa Harbour. The low hills above Wainui are still in deep shade. The tranquil harbour waters are ruffled by the slightest breeze. A perfect day lies ahead. Painted on canvas panel. 20.3 cm high by 25.4 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep approximately.

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Akaroa Clouds, New Zealand

Oil painting by Dai Wynn on canvas panel of the view from Lighthouse Road looking down on Akaroa Harbour and village on the Banks Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand. 25.4 cm wide by 20.3 cm high by 0.3 cm deep approximately. This painting is as much about cloud formations as it is about magnificent emerald hills around an azure bay.


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Akaroa Harbour Entrance

The entrance to Akaroa Harbour, Banks Peninsula, New Zealand as late afternoon mists rolled in from the Pacific Ocean. Oil painting by Dai Wynn on canvas panel. 20.3 cm high by 25.4 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep approximately. (8 inches by 10 inches).

$248 + shipping/postage

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Lighthouse Road, Akaroa, New Zealand

Returning from the site of the old Akaroa lighthouse at the harbour entrance, the road descends steeply from the rim of the ancient volcanic crater to the harbour and township on the Banks Peninsula south east of Christchurch, on the south island (Te Wai Pounamu) of New Zealand. Oil painting by Dai Wynn on canvas panel. 25.4 cm high by 20.3 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep (10 inches by 8 inches) approximately.