McLoons Wharf...

McLoons Lobster Shack 24x24sm

 

This has been one of my favorite places to paint over the years. It’s a great little working harbor with lots of great views in all kinds of light. I love these little red shacks at the water’s edge, and there are lobster boats going in and out all day. It’s a fun place to work as long as the wind isn’t blowing off the water. Even though I painted it with hot sunlit color, the ocean breeze had me cold all day. Even when it’s 80 degrees inland, this spot can be a cold place to spend the day.

“McLoons Wharf” 24×24″ oil on canvas.

7 Responses to “McLoons Wharf”

  1. Dina Gomery says:

    Your paintings are wonderful and very inspiring to me. Will you be teaching in Massachusetts in the near future?
    Please send me your workshop schedule.
    Thanks,
    Dina

  2. janine bridges says:

    quintessential page. these are the pictures that keep me coming back!

  3. Chris o says:

    Perfect

  4. Stephanie Kelleher says:

    I just love your work. I am a part-time employee of Betty Anglin Smith; I am actually her sister’s good friend and decided to help out in the gallery on 9 Queen Street in Charleston SC. I have sold several of your pieces and everyone in the gallery is crazy about your work. I come from MA so I will come up and visit your gallery next time I am in New England.

    I especially love your tractor painting….Keep up the grat work. Stephanie

  5. Colin Page says:

    Hi Stephanie,

    Thanks so much!! I love being a part of Anglin Smith Gallery. I hope to get you some new work down there soon. Thanks for getting in touch.

  6. I think I love your red buildings most of all your subjects. Such balance and beauty.
    BTW congratulations on your SOLD OUT show at DW!
    Well deserved.

  7. Duc cécile says:

    waouh ! très beau !

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