8 x 10 inch oil painting on stretched canvas. Pulling into the harbour at Smith Island in the Chesapeake Bay.
"The island is inhabited by one of the region's oldest English-speaking communities, which is known for its relic accent, preserving speech patterns from the original English colonial settlers."*
Remote, crusty and genteel all at once. Known for crab cakes and Smith Island layer cakes. The gulls, and everything else, are blown by wind and salt and have a great deal of character.
Painted with high quality, lightfast oil paints and coated with a light coat of varnish to ensure longevity.
*quoted from wikipedia
Canvas, Oil paint, Varnish