Ray Crane is a graduate of the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and has made his career as an artist, both on an independent basis and as artist in residence for many years at Boston’s Museum of Science/ Charles Hayden Planetarium. For more than 30 years as a professional artist, Ray’s work has evolved […]
Steven Cryan graduated from Paier College of Art in the early 1970’s. Since that time he has been painting maritime and railroad subjects. His luminous, realistic watercolors have won numerous awards and hang in private and corporate collections throughout the world. Most recently, one of his paintings has been added to the art collection on […]
J. Terry Culpan has been painting for more than 30 years and his work has been acquired by collectors in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. As a keen student of Naval architecture and living most of his life on England’s Yorkshire coast, it seemed natural for him to specialize in painting marine subjects. He […]
Art has always been a focal part of Donald Curran’s life. His drive to draw and paint always pushed him to pursue a career in art. After graduating from high school, he studied at the Kansas City Art Institute. In 1975 Donald began a career as a successful illustrator. He is best known for designing […]
Bill Davidson is a nationally known artist and teacher represented in galleries in several states in the Untied States. He is also an accomplished Plein Air painter, which enlivens his larger paintings, and has studied extensively under recognized masters of representational American landscape paintings.
Anthony Davis is a Signature member of the American Society of Marine Artists and Artist member of the Salmagundi Club. Today, in addition to painting local scenery, Anthony continues with his first love, representing the ocean and maritime scenery in a realistic fashion through the use of pastel.
Born in 1946 Gilbert Declercq studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gent, Belgium. He has been active as a professional painter and illustrator since he finished his studies in 1970. Gilbert has won several national and international awards for his watercolors. One award was given him by the Royal Watercolor Society, London. […]
One of the leaders of the new generation of marine artists, Don Demers has had a life-long love of the sea. Although he attributes his high school art teacher with being the most formative influence in his training, he attended the Worcester Art Museum in Worcester, Massachusetts, and concluded his formal studies at the Massachusetts […]
Andrey Dolenko was born in 1951 in Sevastopl in the Crimean Peninsula on the Black Sea and migrated to Vladivostok in 1959 where he later attended the Russian Maritime Academy. He received his degree in Management of the Fleet Fishing Industry. Andrey and his family have dedicated much of their lives to the sea on whaling vessels: his […]
LAWRIE DONNISON was born and spent his formative years in the little village of Marsden on the north east coast of England, between two major shipbuilding rivers of the Tyne and Wear. He lived in the family home of Lizard Farm where fields lead down to the cliff tops and Souter Point Lighthouse. His childhood […]