16×20 O/C SOLD While I was painting Back Cove a young girl saw it and wanted to buy it right then.
14×18 O/C SOLD On the way home from a long day of painting David Little wanted to stop and paint Range Pond, I could have kept going but I’m glad to have done the painting.
16×20 O/C The painting of the docks at Pine Point in Scarborough shows Pine Point from a different view.
16×20 O/C SOLD This painting of Great Diamond Island was done with my daughter and granddaughter.
11×14 O/C SOLD Painted at Pine Point, Scarborough. I found these boats high and dry and decided to paint them.
18×24 O/C Painted from Kettle Cove in Cape Elizabeth featuring Richmond Island with lobster boats between.
22×30 O/C SOLD One of my light house paintings. Always a good subject, I hope to paint more.
18×14 O/C Attracted to the fruit tree and the path leading up the hill lead me to paint this scene.
18×24 O/C Painted in Jackson, New Hampshire, the flowers in the field turned the field golden.
24×18 O/C Winter in Baxter Woods is only a stones through from the house. One of several paintings of the woods.
16×12 O/C As the end of day approached this was the last painting of the day.
14×18 O/C One of two paintings from this spot.
16×20 O/C SOLD First painting of the day, was this brook seen that is the outlet to Keoka Lake in Waterford.
16×20 O/C This was painted at a random location on our way home from a long day of painting with David Little .
16×20 OC On a painting trip with Ed Materson, we found this spot and painted it.
14×18 O/C SOLD Today the young trees have grown up so much that you can’t see the farm from where I painted it.
18×24 OxC While I was painting this an old lady told me that this was the second oldest house in Buxton. Later, it was chosen for the cover of the Maine Credit Union calendar and circulated statewide in newspapers, distributed to over 280,000 homes through Maine newspapers. It was saved and framed by many people….
16×20 O/C Second of two paintings of the Nesowadnehunk Falls on the Penobscot River.
18×14 O/C Painted with David Little in North Norway, I was trying to create the winter look and nature of winter. This was my second painting of this farm, the other was a fall painting.
12×16 O/C SOLD Hunting for something to paint, I found this view of rushing water at Stoney Brook in South Paris. The hunt for something to paint is a big part of Plein Air painting and can take lots of time.
16×20 O/C SOLD Painted at the Gilsland Farm in Falmouth, Maine, it remains one of my best paintings. While painting, a dog came along and lifted his leg and I had to shoo him off. Just one of the incidents while painting Plein Air.
12×16 O/C Board NFS My first PLEIN AIR PAINTING, 1960 Advised to try Plein Air painting by a teacher, it was done while home on vacation from the American Academy of Art and was the lead painting in a lifetime of painting from nature. Part of the lesson in this painting was that the brook had…
16×20 O/C SOLD My daughter and granddaughter were with me for this painting on Great Diamond Island. This was the first with another island painting after.
20×24 0/C I was painting this standing on stones in the river looking under a bridge at this view. I lost my pallet and brushes in a pool next to the rock I was standing on. All turned out well and this was the result!
12×16 O/C SOLD This painting was one of three that I sold to three people that my daughter, Sheila Mayberry, and I brought back to view my paintings after a boat cruise.
16×12 O/C This was a fast painting at sundown that I think makes its mark.
16×20 O/C SOLD I’ve painted this twice and enjoyed it a lot because it is a wonderful spot to paint.
16×20 O/C Looking for a place to paint I discovered Harpswell Sound in Harpswell. This is the result of this discovery!
24×18 O/C First glimpse of Spring was a Spring awakening! Painted at Stroudwater in Portland with the early blossoms and the budding of bushes was a welcome sight to me.
20×16 O/C Painted in Patten, this was a long trip in over an overgrown trail, but well worth it!
16×20 O/C SOLD Attracted to the rocky riverbed in Jackson, New Hampshire. This is one of my favorite places to paint.
16×20 O/C Another painting from Great Cranberry Island in the Bar Harbor Region.
16×20 O/C Oh, the beauty of Great Cranberry Island. This was one of nine painted on Great Cranberry Island during that trip.
16×20 O/C The second time to paint this spot. The other was a spring painting.
20×16 O/C I wanted to paint this pond with the Cat O’ Nine Tails before the Nine Tails were removed. They were a big part of the nature of the pond for me.
16×20 OC This was a stone’s throw from Winslow Homer’s Studio on Prouts Neck where I was attracted to the winter color.
16×20 O/C Painted at Broad Cove, Cape Elizabeth from the beach. The tide was a problem because it caused me to back up several times. I was looking at an undulating sea which was new for me.
16×20 O/C Painted in Harpswell, for me the ripples help make this painting.
16×20 O/C Painted on Great Cranberry Island, one beautiful island. Invited to paint on Cranberry by David Little this was one of nine painted during the trip. A fruitful trip to the Bar Harbor Region.