Braatz.Fishing Schooner ALICE

Bernd Braatz

Bernd Braatz was born in 1954 in Berlin, Germany. After an education at a primary school and high school he started his professional training as a boat-builder. Until 1979 he worked in a boatyard where he built rowing boats. There he came in contact with all kinds of aquatic sports like rowing, sailing, water skiing, […]

Bross.Sunday Morning

Albert L. Bross, Jr.

Albert L. Bross, Jr. (1922-2013).  Al studied at the Art Students League in New York City with Frank Vincent DuMond and G.W. Bridgeman McNulty. His paintings are not purely documentary, but an effort to convey his interpretation and understanding of nature. His land and seascapes are begun outdoors and then finished in his  studio. Al’s works […]


C. Robert Bryant

Working primarily with traditional oil and linen in the techniques of the old masters, Bob is known for his ability to paint water and his vast knowledge of sailing ships. For the most part, Bob’s work is photorealistic, created in his studio located on a small island on Puget Sound in Washington State where he collaborates with leading marine photographers worldwide.


Michael Budden

Known for years as an award winning wildlife artist, Mike has shifted his interest to painting landscapes, seascapes, and still life with a focus on capturing light and design.  Using a painterly approach, his subject matter ranges from his native state of New Jersey and the eastern seaboard to the Rocky Mountains. His inspiration comes […]

Caggiano.Break Time

John Caggiano

John Caggiano was born in Brooklyn, New York, where he studied pre-engineering at Brooklyn Technical High School.  He received a BA degree from Brooklyn College and an MFA from Pratt Institute, both with honors.  His education was supplemented by courses at The Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Studio and Forum of States Design in […]


Scott Chambers

A graduate in Business from Central Washington State University, Chambers followed his family’s 120-year legacy of shipbuilding by turning to the creation of half-hull models in 1973. Hoping through his art to help “preserve this nation’s rich maritime heritage,” his pieces can be seen at numerous east and west coast yacht clubs, the Peabody Essex […]

Antoine Chapon

Born in Bordeaux, France in 1952, Antoine Chapon started his professional career as a photographer before turning to painting.  As a self-taught artist, Antoine works exclusively in watercolors and sculpture with an abstract impressionism style. Antoine won an Award of Excellence at the 2006 International Marine Art Exhibition at the Maritime Gallery at Mystic Seaport.  His works can […]


James Consor

James Bowman Consor summons the moods of nature with his personal narrative of the unassailable dignity of the sea. His affectionate regard for the sportsmanship of yachting and racing events coalesces into scenes of startling vivacity. Consor’s skilled interpretation of the sea as a romantic realist follows in the traditions of England’s marine masters, Wylie, […]


Stephen Cook

A Provincetown childhood bonded Stephen Cook to the sea early, and growing up in a family of visual artists determined his career interest. After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Illustration, Stephen has spent most of the past five decades in the illustration, graphic design, and art education fields. […]


David Coolidge

Originally from the Midwest, David Coolidge attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and studied in Rome, Italy at the Tyler School of Art. He cites his apprenticeship with John Falter, noted cover illustrator for the Saturday Evening Post, as the high point of his art training. For more than 10 years he worked in Old […]