Autumn Blueberries Oil on panel 8×10″
Benjamin River, original painting by Alison C. Dibble, oil on panel 8 x 10 inches
Fine art oil painting. The daffodils remained colorful for weeks. They seemed to be begging me to come paint them.
Fine art painting. I imagine the beautiful Ice Sheet in summer, when big chunks of ice plunge off the face of the glacier and drift off with the currents.
Fine art painting. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing, enormous thick tables of ice on the muddy shore of the river as the ice started to break up.
Katahdin in March, Oil on panel, 11 x 14 inches
Fine art painting. Shafts of morning sunlight same through the spruce trees, warming the mossy carpet.
Fine art painting. The tides in Lubec are especially big, with a vast mud flat at the channel. I went out in the foggy dawn to paint the lighthouse.
Fine art oil painting. Vibrant green! The marsh grasses are capturing the sun’s energy while the tanbark schooner sails lightly by.
Royal ladies slipper orchids, by Alison C. Dibble, is a large, original oil paintings that puts the viewer right in the forest, but without the pesky insects.
Fine art oil painting. If I take the time to study a tree, a deeper understanding may result. Or at least I will have another tree portrait.
Heavy rains had created dramatic conditions. I had to paint quickly before the next shower began.
Recreational boaters share a secret, that life is better on the water — at least when the weather is mild and cooperating. In this painting, conditions are good!
This former fish shack was converted to a cottage in the early 1900s. Unique history and charm makes this a special place. During a storm the tide comes under the house, yet Wik Wak remains.