Thank you, Bradley!

About The Artist  Bradley Hendershot is primarily a painter of coastal Maine and rural Pennsylvania – regions that he knows well, regions that have special meaning to him. Many of Brad’s subjects can be found close to his home and studio in Upper Hanover Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. “My Pennsylvania paintings depict the rural […]

Bait Barrel by Bradley Hendershot

Bait Barrel        2009 Drybrush, 18-1/2 x 29-1/4 signed upper left   “I was fascinated by the aging blue paint on the door and on the bait barrel. A crab basket sits ready by the stoop, while a single oar balances precariously as it holds the top section of the Dutch door from blowing closed. A […]

Brackett House by Bradley Hendershot

Brackett House       1998 Watercolour, 21-1/2 x 29-1/4 inches signed lower right “The painting is of the Ernest Brackett house, built in 1921 on Monhegan Island, Maine. It is located on the main road near the road to the wharf. Ernest and his wife Nellie lived in the house up until his death in 1939. After […]

Cliff Artist by Bradley Hendershot

Cliff Artist       2004 Acrylic on Panel, 18 x 24 inches signed lower right   “Monhegan Island, Maine, has long been known for its artist colony. A visit to the Island on a summer day will find artists in abundance—in the village, at the lighthouse, and, as depicted here, on the rocks. The idea for this […]

Tool House and Dory by Bradley Hendershot

Tool House and Dory       2007 Watercolour, 20 x 29-1/4 inches signed lower left   “This watercolour was painted on location on Monhegan Island, Maine. I’ve attempted to capture the mid-morning light striking the side of the lightkeeper’s house on Lighthouse hill. I find endless satisfaction in painting the varied angular red rooflines of the lighthouse […]

Divided by Bradley Hendershot

Divided       2012 Watercolour, 18-1/2 x 29-1/4 inches signed lower right   “When I’m staying on the mainland in St. George, Maine, this is the first thing I see upon looking out my bedroom window in the morning. The porch pillar cutting vertically through the American flag creates the namesake for the painting—’Divided’ as that’s where […]