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Thinking about Gloucester, MA , the oldest working harbor in the United States, and the Rocky Neck Art Colony 1850-1950. Some of the most influential artists of our time painted the rugged topography, the hard-working fisherman, and the fishing or … Continue reading
T.G.I.F.! I was inspired to paint ” Grape Harvest” after visiting a winery and picking grapes! I loved the myriad of colors and graceful light reflections on the grape leaves. Veraison is the wine term describing the transition from berry … Continue reading
AHOY! Well, it was a long journey painting this maritime painting of many objects which are found in our family room. I particularly like the sheen on the captain’s face with the numerous highlights. I have several posts about the … Continue reading
I am excited to have the Northport Landing Gallery representing and showing some of my paintings. The art gallery is in Northport, just north of Camden, Maine.
During the course of January through May, I participated in four art shows; Fairhaven (Sykesville), Hebrew Community ( Baltimore), Gibson Island and Art of the Mill (Virginia) and sold the following works.
One of my favorite spots in Annisquam is this view of Lobster Cove upon entering Annisquam Village. A few years back, I painted this scene with a kayaker in the distance as a gift for my good friend Nancy. Not … Continue reading
Mike is pictured sitting in his favorite spot in the library.