Sentinel
Buoy Tree
Dawn at Turbat's Creek
A Sunny Spot
Dining Alfresco
Miss Kassi
The Way Life Should Be
Morning at Pemaquid
Mid-Day at Pemaquid
Metamorphosed Sediment
Vela Latina
Harbor Fish Market
Study for Wave
Kennebunkport from the Breakwater
Olympia and Shells
Winter Dinner
Room at the Colony**
Port Clyde from Tanya' Garden
Pentecost Harbor
Out of the Woods
Moon & Jupiter
Monhegan Fish Shacks
Mark Island Light
Lucky Day
Lobster Talk
Lobster and Champagne
Harbor Fish Market
Floating on Clouds
Evening in Port Clyde
Cranberry Beach
Cape Porpoise Dawn
Blue Hill Bay Small
Albion




A R T I S T   S T A T E M E N T

“There is a challenge and a joy in seeing something ineffably beautiful or moving and resolving to make a painting of it. The threads of the canvas, the sea, Vermont, family, friends, and Maine have woven themselves inextricably into my psyche and my work. Sometimes I go looking, often early in the morning before setting sail for the next harbor or toward the end of the day after we anchor and the harsh light softens. Other times a subject recommends itself unsolicited with the realization that a painting is staring me in the face. During the winter months I find things indoors that I want to paint and contrive arrangements. No matter the motivation or the circumstance, to me painting is a kind of meditation that helps me focus on the simple joy of rendering well a chosen subject.” -William Brewster Hoyt