Archive for March, 2012

Reflection, Burnt Island

Posted on March 29th, 2012 by maineislandtreasures

While there are several islands of this name up and down the Maine coast, this interplay of light on the water was captured off of Burnt Island in West Penobscot Bay (near the northern coast of North Haven) as the fog lifted late one June morning.  A 24×36″ oil on canvas, “Reflection, Burnt Island” is […]

Reflection, New Harbor

Posted on March 15th, 2012 by maineislandtreasures

Upon returning from rough seas on the Hardy Boat ferry from Monhegan, the calm waters of New Harbor reflected the midsummer foliage along the shore.  This 18×24″ oil on canvas is currently included in my solo exhibit at The Salt Exchange, running through April 30th, 2012.

Reflection, Cow Island

Posted on March 15th, 2012 by maineislandtreasures

Cow Island in Casco Bay is the home base of “Rippleffect,” a youth and community development organization operating outdoor adventure programming.  The north side of the island also a popular anchorage for boaters looking to get in the lee when the southerly winds are gusty as well as those days when the fog hasn’t cleared […]

First Friday Art Walk Tomorrow!

Posted on March 2nd, 2012 by maineislandtreasures

After shoveling out from our foot and a half of snow today, treat yourself to a night on the town tomorrow during First Friday Art Walk in Portland from 5-8pm.  My solo exhibit, “Reflections” at The Salt Exchange features over 25 original works of art, mainly water reflection paintings, and metallic driftwood sculptures.  Charlie Byron, […]