Deborah Beckwith Winship

“When I think of summer in Maine I think of the ocean and the gardens that flourish by the water. In my painting of this Port Clyde lighthouse I combined these elements to create a personal vision of that magical place at the end of the St. George peninsula.”  Since her first village street scene was selected for the cover of Down East Magazine in 1980, Deborah did countless folk paintings of villages, harbors and small businesses, as well as publication covers and posters for festivals and centennials.