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"A Home Advantage"

Port McNeill, Broughton Strait

Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Port McNeill is located on the northeast end of Vancouver Island and is situated on the Broughton Strait. The remote Finnish Settlement of Sointula lies directly across the Strait on Malcolm Island, and the village of Alert Bay, home of the Namgis First Nations, is on nearby Cormorant Island.

The Vancouver Island North Region is surrounded by an abundance of natural beauty that visitors from around the world come to experience. Hike and explore the dense coastal rain forest, scuba dive at the world’s best underwater sites, or observe the abundant marine wildlife from your kayak. There are local whale watching companies and sports fishing or adventure tour guides who are excited to introduce you to the local wilderness and its hidden secrets.. Be sure to experience the Namgis First Nations culture in Alert Bay.

This island region receives its share of clouds and this painting depicts the billowy layers and light that bounces off each one. The regional clouds are also responsible for the intensely radiant and spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Take the time to visit and see for yourself.


Giclee canvas 

12x16 -($195.00)    18x24 -($325.00)

20x30 - $395.00     24x36 - $495.00


8x10 frame/mat print - $65.00

11x14 frame/mat print - $125.00

16x20 frame/mat print - $250.00

Art Card ($5.00)

Custom Orders Available

Original SOLD

All giclee canvas p​rints come with a mirrored wrap. A UV varnish is applied to protect the print. Hardware is pre-installed, ready to hang.

Art prints include double mat and frame. Hardware is pre-installed, ready to hang. Images are just a sample to view size estimation and format options.

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Kathy Harder


2100 Camosun Crescent, Port Mcneill, B.C.

Copyright Kathy Harder * Coastal Waves Fine Art. All rights reserved. The website images, artwork, and contents may not be copied or used for personal or professional gain without written permission from Kathy Harder.

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 Federation of Canadian Artists  



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