“Lobstering off McFalls Point”, 11×14 en plein air oil painting by Brad Betts, ASMA.
“Heading into Boothbay Harbor”, 12×16 oil painting by Brad Betts, ASMA.
“Fishing the Coast”, 8×10 oil painting by Brad Betts, ASMA.
“First Light”, 6×8, oil painting by Brad Betts, ASMA.
Docked at the Boatshed, 6″ x 8″, oil on canvas
Hauling Traps, 6″ x 8″ oil on canvas
“Morning Haul”, 9×12, oil on linen
“Island Dock”, 8×10, oil on linen
“Foggy Start”, 8×10, oil on masonite, painted en plein air as part of A Stroke of Art 2017.
“Camden Harbor Sail”, 16×12, o/l
Returning to the harbor on the Casey Anne, I was inspired by the bright blue lobster boat against the backdrop of the colorful buildings and lobster wharves on the east side of Boothbay Harbor.
“In the Harbor”, 9×12, o/l
After a Day’s Haul, 11×14, o/l, en plein air
A photograph of the painting and the palette on the easel, taken by Brad Betts on November 9, 2016.
Rolling in the Swells, 6×8, o/l
Loading at the Dock, Boothbay Harbor, 8×10, o/l
First One Out, 6″ x 8″, oil on linen
“A Good Place to Fish”, 24×24, oil on canvas
“A Good Place to Fish” will be exhibited in the 37th Annual International Marine Art Exhibition at The Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport. The exhibit runs October 1 through December 31st, 2016 in Mystic, CT.
“The Fishing Grounds”, 11×14, oil on linen