Jeff paints marinescapes that illustrate the tranquility and luminance found along the coast. The light, air and grace of the traditional waterfront are his passion, as shown in his work. Inquiries for prints or original art works by this artist can be made to his studio at www.harborhillgallery.com.

Jeff paints marinescapes that illustrate the tranquility and luminance found along the coast. The light, air and grace of the traditional waterfront are his passion, as shown in his work. Inquiries for prints or original art works by this artist can be made to his studio at www.harborhillgallery.com.

Painting brings Michie O’Day more joys than the shear thrill of expressing what you feel and see. As a deaf person, Michie believes silence sharpens her vision, allowing total absorption in her art. Her work is influenced by her artist grandmother, Queena Stovall, although Michie utilizes techniques that convey both primitive and refined points of view. She exhibits her work at Virginia’s Gallery, Stonington, ME.

Painting brings Michie O’Day more joys than the shear thrill of expressing what you feel and see. As a deaf person, Michie believes silence sharpens her vision, allowing total absorption in her art. Her work is influenced by her artist grandmother, Queena Stovall, although Michie utilizes techniques that convey both primitive and refined points of view. She exhibits her work at Virginia’s Gallery, Stonington, ME.

Painting brings Michie O’Day more joys than the shear thrill of expressing what you feel and see. As a deaf person, Michie believes silence sharpens her vision, allowing total absorption in her art. Her work is influenced by her artist grandmother, Queena Stovall, although Michie utilizes techniques that convey both primitive and refined points of view. She exhibits her work at Virginia’s Gallery, Stonington, ME.

For Ellen, there is a need for art to “celebrate living and our connection to the earth, sustain our spirit, honor nature, and speak of its mystery and sacredness.” Ellen lives year round on Mt. Desert Island in Maine. There she paints the places that reflect the spirit of the woods, mountains, and shores of her island home. She has exhibited with the National Watercolor Society, is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society, and her card titled “Apple Trees in Snow” was nominated for a Louis Award in 2001.

For Ellen, there is a need for art to “celebrate living and our connection to the earth, sustain our spirit, honor nature, and speak of its mystery and sacredness.” Ellen lives year round on Mt. Desert Island in Maine. There she paints the places that reflect the spirit of the woods, mountains, and shores of her island home. She has exhibited with the National Watercolor Society, is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society, and her card titled “Apple Trees in Snow” was nominated for a Louis Award in 2001.

For Ellen, there is a need for art to “celebrate living and our connection to the earth, sustain our spirit, honor nature, and speak of its mystery and sacredness.” Ellen lives year round on Mt. Desert Island in Maine. There she paints the places that reflect the spirit of the woods, mountains, and shores of her island home. She has exhibited with the National Watercolor Society, is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society, and her card titled “Apple Trees in Snow” was nominated for a Louis Award in 2001.

For Ellen, there is a need for art to “celebrate living and our connection to the earth, sustain our spirit, honor nature, and speak of its mystery and sacredness.” Ellen lives year round on Mt. Desert Island in Maine. There she paints the places that reflect the spirit of the woods, mountains, and shores of her island home. She has exhibited with the National Watercolor Society, is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society, and her card titled “Apple Trees in Snow” was nominated for a Louis Award in 2001.

For Ellen, there is a need for art to “celebrate living and our connection to the earth, sustain our spirit, honor nature, and speak of its mystery and sacredness.” Ellen lives year round on Mt. Desert Island in Maine. There she paints the places that reflect the spirit of the woods, mountains, and shores of her island home. She has exhibited with the National Watercolor Society, is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society, and her card titled “Apple Trees in Snow” was nominated for a Louis Award in 2001.