In this painting I wanted to draw the viewer into the bold beauty of Schoodic Point, where the power of waves beating against the well-worn bedrock express a timelessness to the spectacular view of Mount Desert Island.
Much of Gary Hoyle's work has been at the interface of art and science. For 28 years he was an exhibits artist and the Curator of Natural History at the Maine State Museum. His project work has been for institutions from New England to Iowa, including the Field Museum in Chicago. His personal artwork has toured the country from coast to coast. Learn more online.
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