• Acadia

    15 days ago - By Acrylic and Light

    "Acadia"14 x 11", acrylic on mounted aluminium panel, 2021painting 283
    The Deportation Cross is located in Horton Landing Nova Scotia. It was conceived by René-Arthur Fréchette. In 1924, the gothic style cross was originally erected near a railway about a mile from the memorial church at the national historic site of Grand-Pré. In 2005, it was relocated to its current spot after archeologists determined and believed to be the exact location where the Acadians waited and boarded ships during the deportation of 1755.
    This site along the Gaspereau River also includes the New England Planters...
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