The Ghost of Claude


John drove his childhood friend, Claude, and his wife (residents of the United Kingdom) to admire the Ajax waterfront.  He photographed them as they stood on the sandy shore near the Rotary Pavilion.  They were to fly back home the next day.  However, Claude died that evening.  When John printed the photograph, he saw the single bird in the sky which he had not noticed when taking the photograph.  The painting commemorates John's old friend, with the bird - soaring high and free - representing The Ghost of Claude.

Medium Acrylic

Size  24" x 36"

Price $360