Art

Art

Isambard Kingdom Brunel, $180
Penguin and Baby, $100
Mary Pickford, **SOLD**
Matthew Brady, $350
The Promenade in Havre de Grace, Maryland, **SOLD**
English Cottage, **SOLD**
Blue Ridge Mountains, $150
1931 German Grand Prix Charcoal, $350
1927 Bugatti T35, **SOLD**
Forest Pond, $150
Flapper on the Beach, $75
Folly Beach Sunset, **SOLD**
Dunguar Castle, $250
Chatterer, $175
Ojibway Maiden, $200
Joseph Merric (The Elephant Man), $250
Egyptian Boy, **SOLD**
Captain Maloncton Smith, $280
Powder Monkey, $300
Whitby Abbey, $350

Art

Alix Bernard is a former fabricator turned artist. His work is on display at Joe’s and consists of watercolors, colored pencils, graphite, and his latest creations of scrimshaw & bone carvings.  Alix also creates kiln-fired glass work using recycled wine and liquor bottles. His love of creating is hereditary. His great-grandfather was a tinsmith, his grandfather a tailor and his father could literally create anything out of any materials available.

All two-dimensional work by Alix Bernard is sold under glass & framed.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel, $180
Scrimshaw
Penguin and Baby, $100
Painted Bone Carving
Mary Pickford, **SOLD**
Colored Pencil
Matthew Brady, $350
Colored Pencil
The Promenade in Havre de Grace, Maryland, **SOLD**
Watercolor
English Cottage, **SOLD**
Watercolor
Blue Ridge Mountains, $150
Watercolor
1931 German Grand Prix Charcoal, $350
Colored Pencil and Graphite
1927 Bugatti T35, **SOLD**
Watercolor
Forest Pond, $150
Graphite
Flapper on the Beach, $75
Watercolor
Folly Beach Sunset, **SOLD**
Colored Pencil
Dunguar Castle, $250
Watercolor
Chatterer, $175
Colored Pencil
Ojibway Maiden, $200
Colored Pencil
Joseph Merric (The Elephant Man), $250
Charcoal and Graphite
Egyptian Boy, **SOLD**
Colored Pencil
Captain Maloncton Smith, $280
Graphite
Powder Monkey, $300
Graphite
Whitby Abbey, $350
Graphite