The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

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Scout

painting and lifting by Lily Hamill Scout, 10″ x 10″, acrylic on wood panel Besides running one of Midcoast Maine’s epicenters of fitness, Lily Hamill paints dog portraits by commission. She’s “ruff” and tough. Training alone 3 out of 5 days a week is more of a mental challenge than physical. #‎gymownerirony‬ ‪#‎whyihavedogs‬

Through Glass Darkly

photograph and text by John Ames Preconceived judgements often make it to hard understand things clearly.

Molly

painting by Lily Hamill Molly, 10″ x 8″, acrylic on wood panel Besides running one of Midcoast Maine’s epicenters of fitness, Lily Hamill paints dog portraits by commission. She’s “ruff” and tough. Editor’s note: This Saturday Stone Coast CrossFit will be hosting Muscles For Mutts, a fundraising workout to benefit PAWS animal adoption center. More information here.

Eli

painting by Lily Hamill  Eli, 8″ x 8″, acrylic on wood panel Besides running one of Midcoast Maine’s epicenters of fitness, Lily Hamill paints dog portraits by commission. She’s “ruff” and tough.

Riggs

painting by Lily Hamill Riggs, 10″ x 10″, acrylic on wood panel Besides running one of Midcoast Maine’s epicenters of fitness, Lily Hamill paints dog portraits by commission. She’s “ruff” and tough.

Big Daddy

painting by Lily Hamill Big Daddy, 9″ x 12″ acrylic on wood panel Besides running one of Midcoast Maine’s epicenters of fitness, Lily Hamill paints dog portraits by commission. She’s “ruff” and tough.

Portrait Of Scott

photograph by John Ames Living in Maine is not easy. This lovely man cuts lawns for many folks here in town. He works incredibly hard in all kinds of weather, is always cheerful and scrupulously fair in all his dealings. He is an example to all who know him.

Self Portrait With Leaves

photograph and text by John Ames Do we ever really know who we are? If we don’t, then how can we be sure of what we look like? We stare in the mirror and there is someone staring back. However, if you’re my age you hardly recognize the old geezer. I think who we are […]

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