The 1996 opening piece to the four piece Chesapeake Bounty series, Chesapeake Bounty 1 shows the portside inner quarter of a crabber’s work boat stern deck looking out over the wake to one of the most famous Chesapeake Bay light houses, Thomas Point Light. Part of a 4-part print grouping showcases landmarks that span 40 miles on the Chesapeake Bay.
Medium: Pencil and colored pencils
A bit about Thomas Point Shoal from www.chesapeakelights.com
Located just north of the mouth of the south river, south of Annapolis. It is probably the most recognized lighthouse in the Chesapeake Bay. It is the only screw-pile type light on the bay in it's original position and is the 3rd light used to mark the shoal. Thomas Point was commissioned in November 1875. Heavy rip rap has been placed around the light to fend off ice. The lighthouse was manned until 1986 and was the first lighthouse on the bay to be fully automated. It has a bright red roof white sides. It is so well maintained and in such perfect condition- like it is waiting for its keeper to return.
Available in the following sizes/options shown below. Matted prints are sleeved on foam core and fit standard frame kits.16x20" Limited Edition Matted Print -- signed and numbered by the Artist, black matted
13x19" Limited Edition Un-matted Print -- signed and numbered by the Artist, umatted
11x14" Matted Print
8x10" Matted Print
Notecards -- Package of 10 note cards of this image, blank inside, with 10 envelopes, in a sealed sleeve