My favorite subjects to paint are often taken from vintage BLACK & WHITE postcards! As a volunteer at the Richmond Maine Archive Center at 17 Spruce Street, I have access to many photos and news articles from the Richmond Bee, published from 1880 into the 1960’s.
FIRST UNITED CHURCH, Main Street, Richmond, Maine
Shaw’s Inn was afterward known as Peacock Tavern in Richmond, Maine.
Once the Pony Express stop for mail.
Two ORONO MAINE boys managed to hitch a MOOSE to a cart for a winter ride through the snow.
Artist-author’s rendition of ISLAND OF EAGLES, Swan Island in the Kennebec River of Maine.
RETIRED BOAT, turned into a garden, filled with lush flowers – MONHEGAN ISLAND MAINE
Richmond Town Park – gazebo at the Kennebec Riverside in winter.
TWO FAMILY PETS!
MARILYN MONROE – POSE from 7 YEAR ITCH POSTER
ART DECO STAINED GLASS PANEL –
READY FOR INSERTION IN A VINTAGE WOODEN WINDOW FRAME
WHO DOESN’T KNOW BETTY BOOP?
GLASS FANTASY BIRDS SITTING ON A BRANCH
BAXTER THE FRIENDLY DOG OUTFITTED WITH HIS NAME ETCHED INTO HIS BOWTIE
CURIO CABINET GLASS DOOR
MAINE HARBOR SCENE – INSPIRED BY A DOWNEAST MAGAZINE COVER PHOTO
FULL MOON – FAERIE FANTASY WINDOW
DRAGONFLY OVER THE KENNEBEC WINDOW –
DISPLAYED AT ANNABELLA’S CAFE, RICHMOND, MAINE
FANTASY-FISH PRIVACY PANEL to fill a bathroom window.
GLASS FEATHERS to hang in a sunny window.
INTERPRETATION OF FRENCHMAN’S BAY in BAR HARBOR, MAINE
4 FOOT X TWO FOOT DEPICTION OF NUBBLE LIGHTHOUSE in MAINE
BUBBLE JUGGLING MERMAID ELEMENT NOW FITTED INTO A WINDOW FRAME,
INCLUDING SEA GLASS “SCALES” COLLECTED ON BEACHES THROUGHOUT THE USA