Maritime Fine Art  - Original Paintings of Classic Sailing Yachts and Those Who Sail Them
2019 - New member of the Copley Society of Art in Boston

Two Old Mugs...

at the
Golden Gate Yacht Club
America's Cup 34

painting the winning team

ORACLE

At Golden Gate Yacht Club two old mugs, the Cup and the artist

You are welcome to call ...

the mobile number is

+1.253.227.2066

bbryant@msn.com

 

Send an e-mail

Inquiries are welcome

 

See Original work at
The
Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport America's Museum of the Sea

 

The MAST COVE GALLERY in
Kennebunkport, Maine
+1.207.967.4353

 

The NW Barrett Upstairs Gallery
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
+1.603.431.4262

 

The Green Heron Fine Art
16 Shore Road in Ogunquit, Maine

+1.207.502.3226

 

My wife, myself and the dogs ( Murphy and Coco) are delighted with our return to the Atlantic and the coast of Southern Maine.

( Chipmunks  and curious Hummingbirds are keeping the dogs busy)

 

The Cape Neddick Studio is located

near Oqunquit, a small oceanside village and the

site of the first art colonies in the region. With this move the

nature of my work will likely expand. I am excited to be offered the opportunity  of membership at he Copley Society and look forward to this artistic journey moving forward into the future.

We are currently represented at Mast Cove Gallery - NW Barrett , Mystic Seaport and the Green Heron

Sailing on the Solent - yes!  it was cold

Logo for PRIMA Pacific Rim Institute of Marine Artists

Now located in New England...

244 Clay Hill Road  -  Cape Neddick, Maine 03902  - +1.253.227.2066



Co-Founder - Senior Fellow - PRIMA - Pacific Rim Institute of Marine Artists a 501C /3 Not for Profit

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the winds...

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