Monday, March 08, 2010

Fourth Cliff

The towns comprising the South Shore of Boston are a treasure trove of ocean, river and marsh views, harbors dotted with working lobster fleets, lighthouses and fresh salt air. To me, it's home. This little seascape is a view from the North River out toward Fourth Cliff in Humarock, Massachusetts.

10 comments:

Gary Keimig said...

This looks very expressive. I'd say you really enjoyed yourself on this painting

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love sea paintings Mary. I have a "thing" for lighthouses too -- whenever I see one I get so excited to take photographs of it.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Looooove this, Mary! Nice and loose!

Sally Dean said...

okay this rocks.
When did you do this?
In Naples?

Irina said...

This painting is great, full of light and sea wind.
Thank you for your comments, I am so glad to see one more talented blog of talented author. Keep painting, you do it so good :-)

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Do. Not. Do. Anything. Else. To. This. Or some RI style finger massaging will be in order!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

What size is this? I'm thinking Festival!

Last Cup Of Coffee said...

hi mary! great painting! thank you for the shout out but this is the link to me from this one and not the one down there! luv ya, myra

Karen Bruson said...

Mary,
I love everything about this painting, especially the colors and confidence in the brushstrokes.
Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

Hill Country House Girl said...

I love your other work, but I really love this one. I can feel the coast line and I want to BE there!

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