On right, my studio and home at Madawaska Lake, Maine

Thanks for checking out my art work. I hope you enjoy your visit.

I create a mix of paintings, photographs and prints including combinations of all three. Inquire about commissioning your special subject as an original painting or print.

Prints are available from most original pieces, sized and printed to your needs on paper or canvas. Unframed prints can be created in short order if my computer and printer are behaving. Custom framing takes a bit longer, depending on my workload. I hand-build framing here at my Madawaska Lake studio. I use archival materials and processes to assure your art is enjoyed for generations.


PayPal is available for secure online payments. You can also order online and pay through postal mail. Or just call me if you would like to make a purchase. Maine State Sales Tax (for in-state folks) and shipping (if you are not picking-up) are added. I will usually deliver in the local area rather than use the mail–shipping charges may still apply if you’re not on-the-way. If you are local, save the shipping cost by picking-up purchases at my studio.

This website is still a little ragged around the edges and is untested in the wild. I am adding new work and tweaking the site so check back often. I love to read your comments, compliments, or complaints. You may use the reply form. For a limited time, receive a 20% discount at checkout with the coupon code “Guinea Pig.”


Pretending to work in my studio.

My subjects are mostly landscapes centered around my home and studio on Madawaska Lake, Maine. I use my art as an excuse to make ever-wider excursions from home: seeing new places, meeting new people, and learning new things. I’m always trying to renew my appreciation for this neck of the woods.

Thanks for looking–Bill

2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi Bill, Thank you for getting the prints to Morningstar. I bought both – one for Danni and another for my dad and his wife. I hope to get my husband to UMFK one Friday afternoon. So far, we’ve arrived in Eagle Lake too late to get there. Enjoy the season. I now have a savings stash for more artwork of yours:) Catherine

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