I think that Maine has gotten in my blood. I truly miss it and its only been a short while. When I was in Southeast Harbor, Maine I took a boat ride and saw this lighthouse and was taken by it. I worked in pastel trying to capture what I had seen that day. Since I live in Florida it is a real treat to be able to work on a piece that has such extreme perspective. I think that is what I miss most about not being in Maine and that is the scale and the drama of the landscape. Enjoy!
I just completed the plein air workshop that I gave on Desert Island in Maine. The weather was absolutely perfect, the locations gorgeous, the participants a delight and of course the lobster to die for. No matter where you look there is a painting waiting to be painted.
My watercolor interpretation of this wonderful house. This house was used in the film “The Perfect Storm”.
Please join me in Southwest Harbor, Maine for a week long workshop from August 24-30, 2014. Nothing can compare to painting along the rugged coast of Maine and the Acadia National Park. Learn how to add more drama to your paintings through step-by-step demonstrations, while developing a greater understanding of the principles of composition and color mixing. If you need additional information or would like to register please contact:
The Travel Gallery – American Express
361 Tequesta Drive
Tequesta, Florida 33469
Ann Fearey 561–744-3909 or Joan Dowrick 561-745-1550
Hope to see you there!