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Jeffrey Sabol, ASMA

“Downeast Fishing Shack”

Acrylic, 24” x 18”

In my painting “Downeast Fishing Shack,” I tried to capture the essence of a working fishing village in Coastal Maine. My inspiration for this autumn scene was Port Clyde, Maine, a classic working port in the southernmost part of the St. George peninsula. My goal was to show the close relationship Maine fisherman have with nature. By focusing on the contrast of a working shack tucked into a heavily wooded backdrop of tall spruce trees, I hope to engage the viewer in the beautiful harmony that commerce and nature can have on this rugged coastline. 



 
 
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