June is the month for fog on the coast of Maine. And this year there were probably seven or eight nights. I can hear the fog horn from my house, sometimes it wakes me up in the morning. This is just a few blocks from my house. There are three or four historic tall sailingContinue reading “Foggy Harbor, Rockland, 9 x 10” (sold)”
This is another one literally two blocks from my house. I didn’t even really need to take the car. It was actually done on a early warm spring night here, and probably the sun set about 6 o’clock, so I didnt have to stay out to far past my bedtime! 9 x 10 inches, oilContinue reading “Night Puddles, 9 x 10”- $325”
Some beautiful wild yellow irises I found in a quiet field. 7 x 15 inches, oil on board. $300.
This is the Lincolnville, Maine ferry terminal, where the ferry Goes to Isleboro island. A stunning and mysterious foggy day. 8 x 12 inches, oil on board. Unframed. This comes mounted on a slightly larger board for easier framing. Let me know if you don’t want it that way. $375
This painting was done from the parking lot of the Riverview Hayfields Preserve, in Thomaston, Maine. This is a 1400 acre project of the St. George’s River land trust, designed to bridge the spaces between the Saint Georges river and the whiskey river. It’s a pleasant place to walk around in, mostly grasslands with someContinue reading “View of the Saint George’s River, Maine, 8 x 12”- $375”
This is just a few blocks from my house. I was standing in the parking lot of the local electrician supply, hence the title. The painting is 9 x 10”, oil on linen on board.
The snow capital of Michigan. That’s what they call Calumet. Calumet is located in the Keewenaw Peninsula on the southern edge of Lake Superior. Snowfalls in that town are typically close to 20 feet each season. When I was very young, my father was stationed at an Air Force Base in this region. So IContinue reading “Calumet, Michigan, Snow Mounds, 8 x 10”, $300”
The Poor guy. Here he is struggling to put on his mask and getting all tangled up. At first, he was in denial about the possibility of this new disease. And now he is in a world of Coronavirus paranoia. And of course, the masks don’t even fit children, let alone this poor little shakingContinue reading “Mask Monkey, 6 x 6,”oil $125″
Here is a long horizontal painting of the Belfast, Maine Harbor. The town has a wonderful walkway bridge going across the bay, which is where I was standing when I did this painting. This work is unframed, but mounted on a slightly oversize panel so that you can frame it without covering up the corners.Continue reading “Belfast, Maine, Waterfront 3-5/8 x 12 in., oil -$125”