West Quoddy Head Light in Lubec, Maine sits on the Eastern-most point of Maine and the Continental United States. My wife Erin, and I drove through a snow storm on a late February afternoon and encountered a snowy blanket of fog around the lighthouse. The Fresnel lens or the jewel of the light illuminated the dense fog every fifteen seconds. The next morning we could see for miles. The sun was quickly melting the snow and there was a crisp wind chill in the air. The distinctive candy-striped tower stood proudly as it has for over 150 years. In my composition, I traded the dry brown grass on the hillside for two shades of summer greens. I kept the sky free from clouds and boldly simple to balance the dominance of the tower.
The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk-screen printing
Limited to 500 prints (not numbered) by year of creation
Giclée printed on archival heavy paper with solid ink coverage
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