Examining the acrylic painting of a dreamy Southeast landscape he painted decades ago, Herb Bonnet saw a piece of unfinished work.
“I wanted to put a Grumman Goose in the sky,” he said, looking at the 4-by-8-foot canvas so long it required two people to carry inside the Juneau Pioneer Home.
“Not enough birds in the sky,” he continued. “And I was going to write something here,” he said, pointing to a sign he painted on a sandy beach in front of an abandoned tugboat. “‘Keep off the wreck, Danger’.”