• "THE HILL"


    Ultra High Def Print

    16x44 $750

    24x66 $1000

    31x85 $1500


    Ultra High Def Print under Acrylic Glass

    16x44  $ 1300.00

    20x55  $ 1500.00

    24x66  $ 2000.00

    31x85  $ 3000.00

    33x94  $ 5000.00


    Sunsetting in Padanaram Harbor August 1st 2019 .

    The harbor incredibly still with the water reflecting a beautiful sunset . It can be best described as En plein air of a watercolor happening directly on the water . Padanaram Est 1652 in South Dartmouth was recently voted the Best Harbor in the U.S. in 2019.

    5 Single Images stitched together forming 1 Panoramic view .


    History of The Hill .

    The first historical description of the hill was by Gabriel Archer, who kept a record of the 1602 expedition of Bartholomew Gosnold from Falmouth, Cornwall to what was then known as Northern Virginia. On May 25, 1602 (o.s.), the vessel Concord having first entering Buzzards Bay (which the crew called Gosnolls Hope) from Vineyard Sound, they determined to make the west side of on an islet within Cuttyhunk Island their settlement. From that island Archer saw the a hill on the mainland which he called "Hap's Hill," "for that I hope much hap may be expected from it."

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