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Here's the painting that inspired the above painting, "Moby Something". It's from a poster sale website with no artist identified. It's titled,
"Nantucket Sleighride".

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Here's a painting I just did for the Home page of our new Art Website. Our business is Indian River Artists Studio and the website is: www.indianriverartistsstudio.com
The picture is my rendition of an Indian River Lagoon sunset.

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And here's my painting of the famous Gloucester fishing schooner Gertrude L. Thebeaud closed-hauled in a stiff breeze. It's Acrylic, Pen & Ink on a 16X20" stretched canvas

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Here is one of my favorites that I own. It is a Peter Corbin Print. There were only 300 made and the fisherman in it is Tom Taylor of Martha's Vineyard who is a very close friend of mine. This one is #2 of 300 I love this print.
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I've seen that and, it's a really nice print.
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Here is one of my favorites that I own. It is a Peter Corbin Print. There were only 300 made and the fisherman in it is Tom Taylor of Martha's Vineyard who is a very close friend of mine. This one is #2 of 300 I love this print.
BEAUTIFUL print Mr. AA. Your lucky you've got one. Sure like to have one myself if I could afford it. It is like a lot of BILL HUBBARD's paintings in that it puts you right there in the situation. You can feel it.

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Privateer Lynx off Maine Coast is Acrylic, Pen & Ink on 10" Round stretched canvas mounted on a wooden replica of a ships wheel I found in a junk shop. The Lynx was launched in Maryland and was one of the 13 US Navy ships when we entered the
War of 1812. She avoided the British patrolls off the Chesapeake and served with distinction, harassing the British fleet operating out of Halifax, NS.

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Here's one Therese and I did together. I painted the Nantucket Whaler and she did the portrait of the guy on the beach. Both is acrylics, which is a first for Therese.

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Golden Surf

Francis Golden has done a few surf fishing scenes. Some were better than this one.

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Reneson bull bass

A recent one from Reneson.

From the look of that wave, our hero is going to be very wet or worse in a second.
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This print looks like it might be N.C. Wyeth, father of Andrew Wyeth. He was a well known illustrator and he did the illustrations for "Treasure Island". It looks to be a watercolor though, which isn't the norm for him, as he worked mostly in oils. Might be a study for the larger oil, though. Not sure though
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Here's the painting that inspired the above painting, "Moby Something". It's from a poster sale website with no artist identified. It's titled,
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Bill,
This print looks like it might be N.C. Wyeth, father of Andrew Wyeth. He was a well known illustrator and he did the illustrations for "Treasure Island". It looks to be a watercolor though, which isn't the norm for him, as he worked mostly in oils. Might be a study for the larger oil, though. Not sure though.
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This print looks like it might be N.C. Wyeth, father of Andrew Wyeth. He was a well known illustrator and he did the illustrations for "Treasure Island". It looks to be a watercolor though, which isn't the norm for him, as he worked mostly in oils. Might be a study for the larger oil, though. Not sure though.
I thought that too. It is a very good print. I wish I had the original, I'd put it on my website. Bill
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Here's one of a pair schooners setting out their dorys. Acrylic, Pen & Ink on 11X14 stretched canvas - just finished.

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well I think this qualifies as outdoor "art" of sorts.

on MLK day went down to the Smithsonian to see the "Hyperbolic Reef" project
they had on display there. http://crochetcoralreef.org/

I should point out this is a crochet project out of wool and other materials.

hundreds of contributors and they have these displays around the country.

cell phone pics so not the best but here's a sample of the dozens of displays:
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