Tuesday 207

paintings by Jessica Stammen


About this painting: It’s been six years since my brother has seen Maine in the summertime, six years since his last swim in Megunticook, a lake carved out by receding glaciers so long ago that human impatience can be measured by a blink in comparison. We jump the guardrail where the shore drops steeply into depths that chill us, that remind us of time.


About this painting: “The water’s cooled down quite a bit. We’ll have to make a dive for it. Ready, set…go!”


Every Tuesday The Maine will post a new painting by Jessica Stammen. These small works, all 4 x 4 inches on cradled birchwood panels, will be concurrently listed for auction on dailypaintworks.com, a fantastic platform designed by artists, for artists. View the auction for the first painting here, the second painting here, or simply click on either image.

Tuesday 207 paintings are exclusive to The Maine. They depict the land, the light and the people that make this state a state of wonder. Visit the growing gallery of Tuesday 207 paintings here.

Jessica is the editor of The Maine and writes occasionally as The Outsider.