Monday, March 15, 2010

Bayleys at Pine Point

While up at Pine Point Maine I found this interesting group of buildings along the harbor road.
The Bayleys run a lobster pound along with a restaurant here at this spot. I was mostly interested in the shapes of the buildings and presenting them in a longer horizontal format. I have been working with square canvases lately, and I needed a change. This was done in watercolor... I am working on a 12 x 24 oil painting of this same motif. I'll post it when it's complete.

6.5 x 3.5 Watercolor

6 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

Dennis, I just love your clean and neat style. This painting is wonderful; there is hope in that road (can't quite explain better what I mean) and the touch of the sea beyond is perfection.

Denny said...

Thank You Autumn

Bruce Docker said...

The tight layout and clean paint style are what make your paintings great. This is a fine example.

Denny said...

Thank you Bruce

Leslie Hawes said...

I just love the style of you artworks.

Denny said...

Thank you Leslie.