Thank you, Kevin!

Splash by Kevin Beers “Washer Woman- another 6X8 pochade. It’s fun to do quick  little studies”- Kevin Beers Many Thanks to Kevin Beers for allowing us to feature his amazing work, pictures of his wedding and his beautiful wife, Amy and also her portrait of  him on the site this February. To see more of […]

Down To The Wharf by Kevin Beers

“Down To The Wharf – another fave. It’s a biggish one- 27X36- It’s another favorite motif. Two summers ago I painted 16 canvases of exactly the same view with the same composition,  The only thing that changed was the light and time of day. They started at 5:30 AM and went to about 8PM. When […]

Up to the Light by Kevin Beers

“Up to The Light (Again)  I couldn’t tell  you how many times I have painted this scene. This is another one  I return to over and over. There is something about walking up the hill and suddenly the trees open up and you turn to the right and there is the lighthouse standing regally at […]

Night Fish Houses by Kevin Beers

“People like the night time paintings. It’s something you don’t see a lot. I like painting night paintings on Monhegan because it’s one of the few places where you feel totally comfortable doing it. Not only do you feel safe but you don’t feel like people will think you’re nuts doing it- and nights on […]

Calf Cove by Kevin Beers

A panorama of  Calf  Cove. “I love the way you are tucked in this little cove and it all curves toward you as you stand there and I like walking along the trail and suddenly you walk out of the woods and this scene reveals itself. Calf  Cove seems to be a place that people […]

Stewie by Kevin Beers

” I used to love watching Stewie standing in the back of  The Island Inn truck looking off into the distance waiting for the boat. The whole boat ritual is such an integral part of  Monhegan. It’s a great ritual to have to punctuate your trip by getting on a boat. You really feel like […]

Gull Rock by Kevin Beers

“Gull Rock ( little 6X8″ pochade painting- a pochade is a little sketch- Pochade comes from the French poche which means pocket- it’s a little painting that you could practically put in your pocket)”- Kevin Beers