Off White Matt
Church Bay is some 10.65 acres in size. It was a linear design & 100 yards of the ocean included the turtle cove to the west also within the boundary. Records show the British was department formerly owned the beach but when ownership changed it became a public picnic & swimming site. Church Bay is covered in coarse pink sand & has the reputation of being the most popular on the island as a snorkelling site. Keep your eyes peeled for the large green & blue Parrotfish. The reef will also reveal some of the other hidden treasures. In 1954-1955 a small fort site was discovered at the east end near the layby. The original marker with this date 1612 was removed & a replica was planted, but the only way to discover them is to go to Church Bay & experience it for yourself.
Horseshoe Bay Beach, one of the most popular beaches in Bermuda for locals & visitors.
John Smith's Bay, Bermuda.
Jobson's Cove is a must see destination in Bermuda.
Joan found drawing as early as she discovered walking or talking, most free time was spent sketching & colouring. Her first job was in banking, this however gave way to the compulsion to release her creative side. It is hard for her to remember a time she wasn't driven to art. Joan never had any formal artistic training, apart fro the workshops she attended in the Dockyard area. She found herself driven to learn as much as she could through whatever source available to her. Her greatest joy is to have found something that she has a passion for & people appreciate. She became a fixture at Barnes Corner where she first started to sell her paintings. It was to her great delight to find her work in great demand by locals & visitors alike.