|Cook's Harbour by Jean Claude Roy|
The building has been refurbished with remarkable respect for the initial design. It contains numerous galleries with exhibits and vendors in various mediums. A coffee shop and musician's platform were in full swing. Outside the grounds sport many curious or humourous sculptures and a sunny deck beside the Mill Pond - geese and bullrushes presenting yet more visual delights.
Of all the painters on display I would suggest that the most arresting was Jean Claude Roy a Frenchman with significant ties to Newfoundland through a merchant marine career and a ten-year stay working as marine electrician by day and blossoming artist by night. See the site: