Large format prints and prints on canvas are available through above links to Fine Art America. The original can be purchased through my website at Maine Nature Paintings.
Summer went by too fast. I participated in the weekly Rockland Art Market though the summer months. It was a lovely venue in Rockland's downtown waterfront Harbor Park. Sales were ok, but I did much better at the weekend juried Fine Art Shows.
My gardens were great this year, except that just before harvest Hurricane Irene came through to flattened the corn and blight the tomatoes :( Lately, I am working on getting enough trees down and out of my woods, cut up, split, and stacked, to feed my woodstoves over the winter. It's an arduous annual task that seems to get harder to do each year. I am considering putting some kind of backup heating source on my wish list!
Health-wise, I'm good! I see my oncologist this coming week for the results of recent scans and tests, but I'm sure I'm good. How do I know? The length of time between the tests and follow up visit is one indication. If there was anything to worry about, I'm sure they would have gotten me right in there. Good news they make you wait to hear. I celebrated 3 years this summer surviving breast cancer surgery and chemotherapy treatments. Each year my odds improve.
Get out in the woods and enjoy. Paint on!