Phil Laughlin’s work will be presented at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery from October 1 to October 30. Phil loves to ramble across Northern New England seeking dramatic landscapes and seascapes to put on canvas. Born in the Finger Lakes region of New York, Phil graduated from the Worcester Museum Art School and later moved to New York City where he studied at the Art Students league and found employment as a graphic designer. After relocating back in New England he has continued to explore modern realism in his new landscapes of Maine.
This work exemplifies his bold use of color and dramatic lighting in a classic Maine scene. It depicts the world’s only existing granite cribstone bridge linking Bailey Island to the mainland in Harpswell, Maine.