BUOYS

Once, lobster buoys were crafted by hand. they were painted in unique ways so lobstermen could identify their traps. Today, these buoys are mass-produced, but still painted to be identified with an individual lobsterman.  When they are no longer serviceable, some are salvaged, sold, and displayed as nautical art. There is an inherent beauty in the longevity of this cycle.

camden

CAMDEN
24x24
Acrylic and mixed media on wood

driftwood buoy

DRIFTWOOD
25x20
Acrylic and mixed media with salvaged cord and wood
SOLD

brokenbuoy

BROKEN BUOY
48 X 54
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas
SOLD

Full Harbor

FULL HARBOR
41 X 61
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas Framed with Lath
SOLD

Foggy Morning

FOGGY MORNING
30 x 40
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas Framed with Lath
SOLD

In the Channel

IN THE CHANNEL
26 x 36
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas Framed with Lath
SOLD

And Now This

AND NOW THIS
30 x 36
Acrylic and Fabric Collaged on Canvas
SOLD