We pass this island on Alaska ferry ship in the evening. I was already sitting on my bed - cot on a upper deck of ferry ship Columbia, when suddenly I saw that beautiful view. It was too unexpected and a little bit too dark to take a photo so I just sketched it really quick and made the acrylic painting at home.
I found that this is amazing lighthouse (actually it's called lightstation) with lightkeeper family live there all year around.
There is a wonderful post about the lighthouse, it's history and people in Eva Lazarus
blog. That's how she describe it:
"Green Island, likely named because it’s not, is a rocky wasteland 25
miles north of Prince Rupert, eight miles from the Alaska border and the
most northern lighthouse in the province. No trees grow on this lump of
ice in winter, where 50 knot winds constitute a light breeze and last
The painting is made on stretched canvas, sized 8x24 inches, covered with protective UV acrylic varnish.