Monthly Archives: May 2016

The joyous watercolors of a Maine woman’s sorrow

Linden O’Ryan moved to Maine in 1985. Linden O’Ryan began creating art in 1985. I see a pattern. Don’t you? I’m fairly certain photographing Linden is the first time in my young life I’ve ever had to turn the saturation down on a photo in post processing to make it look more like reality. Her vibrant color palette and “Maine-inspired” […]

Maine woman makes the abstract concrete (literally)

Valerie McCaffrey is the only artist I’ve ever met that admits to spending 20 years working in the wrong medium. But almost eight years ago she turned in her colored pencils and paint brushes and tackled her dream of being a full-time artist for something completely different: concrete. It’s a dream Valerie always strived towards: full-time artist. After graduating from […]