01 Marine Art, by Kimber Lee Clark, With Footnotes, #303

Oil on canvas
48" x 60".
Private collection

Kimber Lee Clark is a self-taught artist and teacher. She owned the Saturday Cove Gallery in Saturday Cove, Maine for 25 years.

She is well known for her artful abundance which plays through her paintings with color, wit, and whimsey. Whether it’s a rendition of island living, a lop sided lighthouse or bringing in the prize ”blue lobstah”, all are infused with a sense of optimism and joy. Her well-loved iconic rendition of the Monhegan Lighthouse was commissioned by Coastal Living Magazine. More on Kimber Lee Clark

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