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Boatyard Abstraction

photographs by Gregory Dunham Boatyard Abstraction I Boatyard Abstraction II Boatyard Abstraction III These three Boatyard Abstractions are now framed and available for purchase at the Tarratine Gallery at 5 Main St. in Castine. They are 20 x 24 inch digital inkjet prints using archival paper and inks. They are framed in a black wood frame, matted with an 8 […]

Simply Red

painting and text by Colin Page I am a sucker for scenes of boats being worked on out of the water. The shape of the hull can be a tricky thing to get right, but when it works it can make for a dramatic shape. I stumbled onto this scene in Rockport Harbor, and wanted […]

Boatyard Abstraction

photographs by Gregory Dunham Happy New Year from The Maine. May we all take a cue from artist Gregory Dunham, transforming the old with eyes that search out new and undiscovered beauty.

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photographs by Gregory Dunham

Boatyard Abstraction

photograph by Gregory Dunham

Stripping Bottom Paint

video, photographs and text by Maria Simpson for Rockport Marine Everyone knows that anti-fouling bottom paint is essential for the performance of a yacht. These paints contain heavy metals, biocides or photo-activated materials that discourage marine growth. Bottom paint is always a hot topic among boat owners and boatyard workers alike. Recent environmental regulations concerning […]

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