Watch Trip Park “paint” Harbor Madame, one of his latest pieces for Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk, Maine.
Watch Trip Park “paint” Girly Flies, one of his latest butterfly pieces for Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk, Maine.
Watch Trip Park “paint” License to Thrill, one of his latest pieces for Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk, Maine.
Watch Trip Park “paint” Small Catch, one of his latest pieces for Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk, Maine.
What happens when three amazing artists come together in one place? A celebration of beauty, fun, and a place loved by so many—Maine. Shows on Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk is hosting a three-artist show, featuring the works of painters Trip Park, Liz Hoag, and Janis Sanders. Work is on display for three weeks, beginning… Read more »
All told, we have over thirty artists at Maine Art Gallery and many have new pieces that have been or will be featured in shows this summer. New works arrive every week. Our website is real time and is always up to date. Be sure to watch our Facebook page, as well, for new additions to our inventory. If you want to be contacted when new work comes in from any specific artist, please add your name to our email list, indicate which one, and we will be sure to contact you.
After last week’s winter storm, we have our fingers crossed that spring is truly on her way. Soon the grass will be green, and the branches on the trees will succumb to that lovely glow of new growth. Once spring has started, she usually rolls right along, which means the flowers are sure to follow. These are our favorite signs of the season here at Maine Art Paintings and Sculpture, and the favorite of many of our artists, as well.
“I love finding that combination of things I’ve done and new things I have not tried. However, I don’t attempt any painting I don’t want to create. I have to love each one, even just the thought of it, going in,” says Park. “I try to change things up with every painting, you could call it free flowing. Paintings I do that make me happy are the ones that jump out and feel different than what I’ve done before.”
Born in upstate New York, really, really far upstate New York, Trip Park “started” in the world of art by drawing. Not know where it would eventually lead, he took every opportunity to put pencil to paper. He didn’t just love to draw, he felt he had to draw – every and any place he could.
A self-proclaimed work in progress, Trip focuses on the happy side of things.