Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

New: “Harbor Light”

I’ve painted this light before…both the lighthouse itself, and the light cast upon it. The New England coast is dotted with lighthouse, many working, others dormant. But whether they currently cast their beam out to sea, or simply reflect the light that hits them, they are stately icons of our eastern coasts. This one sits atop a bluff in East Chop, on Martha’s Vineyard. Last time I saw it, a couple years ago, it looked more rundown than it had when I lived on Island. Nonetheless, it still stands as sturdy is it always has, and is still a landmark to sailors visiting the Vineyard’s shores. “Harbor Light” 40 x 30.

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