Marshall Point


Marshall Point Lighthouse stands on a rocky point at the tip of the St. George peninsula in Maine, near the fishing village of Port Clyde.

The light tower is separate from the keeper’s house and is accessed via a walkway across a jumble of rock, submerged in high tides. As beautiful as the tower and keeper’s house are, those rocks always interest me most, as they’re cracked, folded, and tossed by stormy seas.

The lighthouse achieved minor celebrity in the movie Forest Gump.


Oil on archival canvasboard, 9X12.


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