Did you know that one of New England's biggest-held secrets is a splendid covered bridge in the historic town of Saco, Maine? Even many residents of this celebrated town are unaware that there is a one-of-a-kind covered bridge right under their noses. The bridge connects Water Street to Jubilee Island Park, a beautifully landscaped island paradise on the Saco River where you'll find picnic tables, wildlife, summer concerts, and fabulous views of the river.
Now you can own a stunning limited-edition archival print of Jubilee Park Bridge. 19" x 15" image, hand-signed and numbered by the artist. The print is on heavy-duty watercolor paper and it meticulously captures the quality and colors of the original painting.
If you love Maine and covered bridges, you'll want to showcase this limited-edition, hand-signed print in your home. Click the image above, or the link below to purchase a limited-edition print.
Welcome to Jubilee Park Covered Bridge.
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The story and thirteen imaginative watercolor illustrations by the author will delight the child within and help you to see Marlee's world as she sees it.
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Welcome to Marlee’s World.
Gerard is an award-winning author and artist. Born in Brooklyn, NY., he holds an MFA in Writing. His stories have appeared in numerous literary journals. He studied art at the Arts Students League of New York and at the School of Visual Arts. His portraits and illustrations hang in public, corporate, and private collections throughout t
Gerard is an award-winning author and artist. Born in Brooklyn, NY., he holds an MFA in Writing. His stories have appeared in numerous literary journals. He studied art at the Arts Students League of New York and at the School of Visual Arts. His portraits and illustrations hang in public, corporate, and private collections throughout the United States. He lives in Maine where he is hard at work, illustrating his next imaginary tale.
"I've work in many mediums - oil, watercolor, pastel, engravings, printing, charcoal, and mixed media. I've never been hesitant about using anything that will help me to communicate my intentions.
Today, I work almost exclusively in watercolor. I will create charcoal portraits for clients, and I've posted samples here.
Let me know if you have a requests."
"I'm often asked how I get my ideas for stories and paintings.
I'm inspired to paint out of love of color, value, and juxtaposition of shapes. A face, a hand, a smile, a gesture, a landscape, a little puppy on a game board.
Ideas for stories sometimes just pop into my head. Other times, it's only the first line of the story that yells at me, and then I feel compelled to write the rest of it."
Feel free to message me through the contact page. I am available for commissions as well as talks, demos, and shows. Also, if you have any questions about the paintings, prints, or my services, or if you want to send a thought, I love to hear what viewers think of my work. I look forward to hearing from you. All the best! ~Gerard