Artwork description:

The lighthouse stands tall as the snow that was 3 feet deep only a month ago is melting away. Lighthouses are a common scene on the coast of Maine but this one, Woods Island Lighthouse, is special. It stands on a deserted island only reachable by boat, of course. My newest painting is from a photo taken by Ben Williamson in 2016. I saw it in a Down East Magazine ad 2019.
The sight of this grand survivor of the past gets my blood running and I am ready to pack and go back to Owl's Head for a long spirit reviving visit. There is always inspiration where ever you are. Just look around and stop to see it.
I have framed it recently in a fantastic weathered look frame that picks up the colors of the painting beautifully (the size and price and shipping have changed accordingly) and it is entered into a Juried Art Show to be held this Spring if the COVID 19 pandemic subsides. Fingers crossed for a world in a world of hurt.
Stay healthy my friends.

Materials used:

Canvas with wood stretchers, gesso, acrylic paints, and gel varnish for protection

Late Winter Thaw (2019)

$2,050

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This artwork is sold by Nancy Brockmon from United States

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