Cape Light


As an artist I’m constantly looking for a fresh approach to familiar subjects. In the gallery we frequently have requests for “lighthouse” paintings and although I’ve painted a few in my career it’s been years since completing one. I intentionally wait until I have a new and unique approach to a subject as ubiquitous in the art world as lighthouses.
Cape Arago Light sits on a small island on the central Oregon coast near Coos Bay. To service the light and instruments the “keeper” had to cross a small bridge from the adjacent Coast Guard Station. When I happened across this vantage point I knew I’d found something special and worth painting.
For me there is a sense of discovery in this watercolor. It is the anticipation of walking closer to the flowers on the ridge as the rest of the lighthouse and its magnificent surroundings open up to complete the story.

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Limited Edition – Signed and Numbered, Open Edition – Signed, Mini Print

Frame Option

Unframed, Malabar (Brown), Cascade (Gray), Matted Only, Small Cascade

Mat Option

None, Talc/Dark Shale, Jet Black/Jet Black, Talc/Balmoral

Purchasing Options:

Limited Edition

(350 signed & numbered) Giclèe Print on Paper

Framed 31 ½” x 39 ½” $1250 – Unframed 21” x 29” $550

Signed Open Edition

Giclèe Print on Paper

Framed 19 ½” x 23 ½” $575 – Unframed 10 ½” x 14 ½” $175


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