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

Tag: waves

Another Day In June

paintings and text by Ingrid Ellison stranded in the studio chasing an idea that has been percolating for months beginning with one novel: We the Drowned and ending with another: Moby Dick in between there were a lot of experiments false starts and drawings of waves and nets and shipwrecks of night skies and cast lines of […]

Home Grown Shapes: Wooden Surfboards Of Maine

 exhibit curated by Kurt Spurdikus at the Maine Maritime Museum In the last decade, the building of hollow wooden surfboards has taken off, especially in Maine which boasts the world’s largest wooden surfboard company and many individuals who design and build their own. Individuals who build surfboards are commonly called shapers. Homegrown Shapes: Wooden Surfboards […]

On the ferry back from North Haven this afternoon

photograph by Shannon Thompson

Hurricane Sandy

 video by Restless Collective  We headed to Boston to ride out Hurricane Sandy on Monday with Mo’s grandmother who lives on the ocean, and we thought we’d share some photographs we made during the storm. Video above produced by Morrigan McCarthy. Music: 10 Mile Stereo by Beach House. Edited by Morrigan McCarthy.

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