over the past couple of months I have expanded my market to not only painting but also to Include, metal prints, wearable art, nature videos, educational series and photography. Catch up with http://gallery.deborahchapin.com/catch-up
August-October has been a very busy month and along the worries of everyone else I have been brainstorming on how to manage to make it through through the next 2-5 years. It was clear this summer that markets are in flux and changes are happening in everyone’s lives and artists are no different. I don’t think we will be thriving but the objective is to make it through this and come out at the other end prepared for the future economy. Obviously having a website for 20 years has been a real blessing and I have taken all that I have learned and continue to learn to become even better at it as well as expand and diversify my markets. So I have expanded my markets to not only painting but markets where my art can be utilized for various things. This winter those markets shall be flushed out one by one and hopefully 2021 will be a better year that 2020 has been in all sorts of ways. Over the past 3 months I have developed:
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the following is a list of paintings posted to the website in preparation for
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Deborah Chapin Fine Art Seascape Artists – a plein air painting entitled Watching the Tide by Deborah Chapin. Maine art, Acadia Maine, Seascape , marine art, marine artist Seascape Artists – Watching the Tide by Deborah Chapin one of the top Seascape Artists of the 20-21st century, painted on location at Acadia Maine. Plein air painting by Deborah Chapin. W […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art Maine Marine Art a plein air painting entitled Coastal Fog by Deborah Chapin. Maine art, Acadia Maine, Seascape , marine art, marine artist Maine Marine Art by Deborah Chapin part of the Maine Coastal Art series she is doing of mid coast Maine. This plein air oil painting is original art, a Maine Marine Art piece. ________________ […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art Maine Marine Artist painting Maine Coast Art series of White Horses of the Sea 4 by Deborah Chapin. “White Horses of the Sea 4” at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Maine art, Pemaquid Point Rocks, Seascape , marine art, marine artist Special Introductory Price for 1st collectors. Maine Marine Artist, Deborah Chapin is starting a […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art Maine Marine Artist – Coastal Series White Horses of the Sea 3 by Deborah Chapin Inspired by the Poem “White Horses of the Sea” off Pemaquid Point Maine Art. woman marine artist Special Introductory Price for 1st collectors. Maine Art by Deborah Chapin. A new series of Maine Coastal Art with her depiction of White Horses […]
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Deborah Chapin Fine Art Mid Coast Maine – Coastal Art Vert and Rose Acadia Surf painting by Deborah Chapin. “Vert and Rose” at Acadia National Park, Mid Coast Maine art, Acadia rocks, Seascape , marine art, marine artist Mid Coast Maine Marine Artist, Deborah Chapin depiction of the Acadia coast on a lazy summer’s day. ________________ Se […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art Writeup Maine Art, Pemaquid Point, collector’s art, “Morning Light”, 12×17 oil on linen canvas by Deborah Chapin. “Morning Light”, is the first piece I’ve done off Pemaquid point for the Maine Art Portfolio. I’m in the process of working on an idea of capturing the catspaws off the coast, A contem […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art This Landscape painting, Touching the Clouds, 16×24 original oil painting on linen canvas. The Egret flying over the water just skims the mirror of the sky creating concentric rings rippling through the water. Wetland painting from Blackwater Wildlife reserve not in decline because of sea level rise. This piece shows the harmony betwe […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art American Women Artists, Deborah Chapin, Maine Artist, painting a series of White Horses of the Sea. One of the premier American Women Artists of the 1980’s-present, Deborah Chapin, is starting as a mature woman marine artist with a new series depicting White Horses of the Sea. White Horses of the Sea 2, 12×17 oil on linen b […]
Deborah Chapin Fine Art Woman Marine Artist Deborah Chapin painting Maine Coast Art series of White Horses of the Sea. “White Horses of the Sea 1” at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Maine art, Pemaquid Point Rocks, Seascape , marine art, marine artist Special Introductory Price for 1st collector. Woman Marine Artist, Deborah Chapin is starting a new s […]
As some of you may have noted I have been out of the loop here…. It doesn’t mean that I haven’t been busy just that I have been doing more updating through Instagram and Gallery.DeborahChapin.com Lots or work to fill in the sold archives and press pieces as well as new work coming down the pike. Stay in Touch
Here’s what’s happening over the summer oldest to latest:
New Studio ~ WIP New floral paintings in the works ~ Log of work Starting May 26th
Just trying to catch up on the online news…. It is hard it seems these days to decide which painting to work on or should I catch up on the garden, oh and what about finishing the studio… Such great weather is a mixed blessing. Well I’ve been doing some floral pieces the beginning of this week, Well this one is all done but the shouting.
continued….WIP I’ve never really thought of tulips as good painting material but I’ve changed my mind these parrot tulips are just exquisite. They have two tones one is the exterior tone and one is on the interior. So I’m doing a set of these. I worked on the blossoms and then I’ll go back and do the leaves because I think that the blossoms will change and evolve. All pieces are 12×17 size canvases that I had on hand.
Yesterday it was overcast and started to rain ☔️ it’s been raining ever since so just snagged part of one piece. I’ve discovered a couple of things 1. these tulips start turning black as they age and so they become new tulips and 2. when it is chilly or when it’s going to rain they close up. They are so beautiful and I’m just beginning to scratch the surface. I want to do a larger piece similar to the Siberian’s that I’ve done before and believe it can be done.
Well the first two are sketched in on the larger piece that I want to do they all decided to open up at once, of course. So it paid to do a little preliminary work to get the hang of it. You’re never sure if you’re getting it or not you just pitch in there and hope for the best. I’m going to try to do two more before the light changes too much. Had this 24 x 36 canvas ready to go with the background already dropped in which was nice, figure out if I want to keep it that color not later oh my. Another beautiful spring day and we predict to have four straight days with this weather. Have to drop off my paining today as well at #riverarts So busy day.
Spring is here and we’re I’m making progress, I started painting on location and now the studio is weather tight structure with two new French doors. I am so happy that progress is being made. This weekend I’m working on cabinets and finishing of the walls as we go. Then we’re opening end of May and worry about the rest later. Hours during the summer will be 11-3pm on Friday – Sunday and by appointment. You can just contact me through the sites text me through my contact info. I receive instant notices from Instagram and through my website everything else isn’t as reliable.