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Black Cap Chick-A-Dee

by: John Amos

Staff placeholder John Amos

Lives in St. Andrews and New Hampshire, Maine.

John Amos studied Fine Art in New Brunswick at Mount Allison University, from 1970 to 1974, where he embraced the watercolour medium for which he is so highly regarded.

Born in Dorchester, New Brunswick, John grew up watching the coastal waters of the Bay of Fundy, where the tides rise and fall twenty-eight feet twice a day. These ever changing surroundings provided his affinity for depicting New Brunswick’s evolving shoreline.

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