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Alicia Braganza Fine Art

Cape Split, NS, Print

Regular price $40.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $40.00 CAD
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11"x14" matted, this is a print one of my favorite watercolor paintings of Cape Split, Nova Scotia.  The view is from the balcony at Lightfoot & Wolfville Winery, in Wolfville, Nova Scotia and can be seen from several different vantage points in the Annapolis Valley.  

The 13.2km trails of Cape Split provide stunning views of the Minas Basin & Scots Bay to local hikers and tourists alike.

Captured in high resolution, and printed on thick watercolor paper - this print has a beautiful texture and quality - making it appear as close to the original as possible.  The soft, muted tones of this print will blend seamlessly into all décor. Please contact me directly for a custom size.

All prints are handmade, and signed by Alicia, ensuring quality and accuracy, and are made with archival quality, acid-free materials so your print will last a lifetime. 


Local pickup or meet-up is available in HRM, Nova Scotia for free, and is normally available within one day.

Canada-wide and US shipping is available via Canada Post/USPS. I offer insured, flat-rates (based on general size) which is available to view on the checkout page.

Worldwide shipping is available. For international orders outside of Canada and the US, select "local pickup" on the checkout page, and I'll be in touch right away to arrange shipping, and provide you with an estimate, which I will send you an invoice for.

Shipping costs include packaging material (which can be extensive for larger pieces of artwork).

Your artwork will be carefully packed, protected, and insured for a safe arrival.


Original Artwork can not be returned once the item has shipped. Every effort has been made to accurately describe and represent the artwork online.

Prints may be exchanged if unopened (buyer to cover shipping), up to 14 days.

*Very slight color tone differences may occur between viewing the work on a screen vs. in-person (depending on your computer monitor or phone settings). In most cases, the work in person is more impressive as the screen is unable to always display beautiful blobs of texture.

If your item arrives damaged, please photograph the damage and contact me right away so I may begin a claim through the delivery provider.

If you're unhappy for any reason, please contact me and I will do my best to assist you.