Little Village


I sometimes like to paint at the Butler Cemetery in Thomaston, ME. It has beautiful old trees as well as a lot of late Butlers (oddly enough). On the far horizon is a collection of buildings that looks for all the world like a little village, set against the blue of the Camden Hills. The rail line to Rockland runs in front of it in a diagonal sweep, and the settlement is embraced by the ever-present evergreens of Maine. It’s far enough away that it is just an abstract suggestion of a village, which gives it an aura of mystery.

I know what that village really is, and I’m not telling.


Little Village is oil on archival canvasboard, 6X8, and is in a classic warm silver plein air frame.

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