“Stonington is a small fishing town at the southern tip of Deer Isle, in Maine. At the height of the season, it is a bustling fishing and crabbing community with a few tourists thrown into the mix who are adventurous enough to make it all the way here in search of life the “way it really is.” This is what they find here, sturdy landscape and friendly people, hearty meals and a lot of life the way it is – the sea, the sky, the seagulls, and freedom.” – a memory from Alexander Volkov
Lake Tahoe is almost always found on the bucket list of adventure seekers and globetrotters. Unsurprisingly so, the region offers picturesque landscapes with endless activities any time of the year. Even art lovers have a special place here. In the heart of Heavenly Village, Marcus Ashley Gallery features the largest collections of internationally recognized artists. Among these is the Alexander Volkov art assemblage of oil paintings.
An avid traveler himself, Volkov fondly shares – through the canvas – the hidden beauty of places he visits. Noon at Stonington Harbor, for instance, is a memoir of his vacation in the state of Maine. This piece belongs to the artist’s Sea Expressions series, where he presents the mystery and majesty of the ocean, at once both wild and serene.
Volkov’s realism style is a cut above the rest, with his ardent brushstrokes devoted to revealing the genuine and distinctive atmosphere in this small town dock. Noon at Stonington Harbor is part of a Collectors Edition, with only 25 pieces available worldwide.
Noon At Stonnington Harbor
30" x 40"
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