Sunday, August 9, 2009

Cruising the Penobscot Bay


After heeling through the Eggemoggin Reach, we spent the night anchored at Coot and Camp islands.

I painted the sunset as we sat in the cockpit drinking "wine in a box", listening to Ben sing and planning where we might head the next day.

Sailing through the Deer Island Thorofare to North Haven.

5 comments:

Maree said...

Love these Jennifer, and really miss your Bali posts...

Arty Velarde said...

your drawings and watercolors are so beautiful I love the juiciness!

Aurileide Alves said...

Jennifer, hello. Your drawings are wonderful. When I begun to make my little sketches I was deeply influenced by a great artist and friend who works with watercolor. But I was never able to reach the quality of his work, and this I see it in yours. To me they are magical. With very few ink and a sense of form, light and shadow you create a marvelous landscape. Living in such a place like yours must be easy to find nice subjects to paint. What kind of paper do you use? The ink seems to join it so perfectly! Hope you don´t mind, but you got an admiror! Congratulations and best wishes from Brazil!

Margaret Ann said...

Beautiful atmosphere painted here! :)

Kate (Cathy Johnson) said...

You make me miss Maine SO MUCH. I can smell the balsam fir, and seaweed. These are just wonderful...