Description An old boys club if there ever was one that has braved many a treacherous waterway of Nova Scotia by canoe. The rivers are teasingly called bony because they are so often shallow that one ends up spending as much time out of the canoe, dragging it, as they do in it. You may not know the BRCC boys, but any proud trekker can wear this Canadian symbol with pride.This image has been modified from the original Indian ink drawing. It is now solid black, so that my original penmanship is no longer visible. This image can also be viewed with a bevel, which gives the image added depth. Grin and Grit 2009
Benjamin Kai Reimer-Watts, Wroclaw Member Since October 2009 Artist Statement I am a 22-year-old young man who wants to build a career as a full-time artist. I recently graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Nova Scotia, Canada, and am now working to set up shop! Please feel free to check out a wider selection of my hand drawn graphic design work on my homepage, www.grinandgrit.com. Over time I hope to have the majority of it available for sale as artist prints on this site. My artist statement is also available on the site, as well as links to retail outlets currently carrying my work. Please be patient as it will take some time before this site is fully functional. You can also contact me with any comments etc. through that site.