Nathaniel Larrabee: "Fore River from Danforth Street," oil, 28x44 inches
David Witbeck: "Cap," oil, 30x36 inches
Philip Barter: "Chesuncook Lake," acrylic, 24x30 inches
Sean Beavers: "Evening Star," oil, 24x24 inches
Peter Sculthorpe: "Coastal Trail, Maine," oil, 9 1/2x16 1/2 inches
Clarence K. Chatterton (1880-1973): "Maine Afternoon," oil, 17 x 22 inches
Kevin Beers: "Lightkeepers Mid Afternoon," oil, 27x36 inches
Helen St. Clair: "Fresh Catch," oil, 16x16 inches
Clarence K. Chatterton (1880-1973): "In the Yard, Ogunquit," oil, 28 x 36 inches
Jeff Barrett: "Yellow Johnny," wood, 19x31 inches
GLEASON FINE ART
Established in 1985 by Boothbay Harbor native Martha Gleason and her husband Dennis, Gleason Fine Art has become a fixture in the local and statewide art scene. Opening in a tiny space on McKown Street, the gallery is currently situated in a restored 19th-century farmhouse at 31 Townsend Avenue, across from the House of Logan, where the gallery occupies the entire first floor. In addition to art sales, the gallery offers collection consulting, appraisal, and restoration services.
From the beginning, the Gleasons’ goal has been to offer the finest work by established painters and sculptors inspired by the beauty of Maine, especially its coast. Over the years, the Gleasons have placed work in some of Maine’s most important collections, including pieces now in the permanent collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Museum, and the Monhegan Museum. The gallery celebrates the rich art history of Coastal Maine, particularly the longstanding connection between Boothbay Harbor and Monhegan Island.