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Acadia Coast

Acadia Coast

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
14 x 24 inches (L x W)
The only spot on the East Coast where the mountains meet the sea: Acadia in Bar Harbor, Maine. It may be one of America's smallest national parks, but it is undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous. Available through www.kmizner.com

Amish Barnyard

Amish Barnyard

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
24 x 20 inches (L x W)
I've long wanted to paint this barnyard and I finally had my chance when I saw this scene of an Amish farmer making some repairs to his farm equipment while his two children and work horses waited patiently. As a bonus, the gentleman in this scene is actually a finished carpenter and he hand made the frame for this painting. Available through Bayview Gallery, Brunswick, Me. (art@bayviewgallery.com)

Anticipation

Anticipation

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
24 x 36 inches (L x W)
For the young and young at heart, nothing beats the timeless thrill of watching and waiting for the 4th Of July Parade to come by. Available through www.kmizner.com

Continuum Series: Best Friends

Continuum Series: Best Friends

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
16 x 12 inches (L x W)
So many folks consider the past as a black and white time, populated by dour, unsmiling people. In reality, they were just like us- just in different dress. My Continuum Series highlights the human emotion we all can relate to. Available through www.kmizner.com

Continuum Series: Emerald Dress

Continuum Series: Emerald Dress

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
24 x 30 inches (L x W)
So many folks consider the past as a black and white time, populated by dour, unsmiling people. In reality, they were just like us- just in different dress. My Continuum Series highlights the human emotion we all can relate to. Available through www.kmizner.com

Continuum Series: Little Sister

Continuum Series: Little Sister

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
30 x 40 inches (L x W)
So many folks consider the past as a black and white time, populated by dour, unsmiling people. In reality, they were just like us- just in different dress. My Continuum Series highlights the human emotion we all can relate to. Available through www.kmizner.com

Continuum Series: New Doll

Continuum Series: New Doll

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
30 x 20 inches (L x W)
So many folks consider the past as a black and white time, populated by dour, unsmiling people. In reality, they were just like us- just in different dress. My Continuum Series highlights the human emotion we all can relate to. Available through www.kmizner.com

December Afternoon

December Afternoon

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
14 x 18 inches (L x W)
An old Maine barn which has witnessed at least one hundred winters shines in the glow of the late afternoon's sun after a snow squall passes by.
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Engineers

Engineers

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
20 x 20 inches (L x W)
These are two volunteers of the Wiscassett Narrow Gauge Rail Road in Alna, Maine who take loving care of their antique steam engine. Available through Folly Cove Fine Art in Rockport, Ma. (www.follycovefineart.com)

Harbor Sunrise

Harbor Sunrise

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
18 x 24 inches (L x W)
Two of Maine's iconic lobster boats catch the first of summer's morning rays in Cundy's Harbor, Maine. Available through www.kmizner.com

Hay Break

Hay Break

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
20 x 30 inches (L x W)
Doing farming the old-fashioned way like the Amish do requires understanding that the horses need breaks as much as people do. The frame for this piece was hand-made by a local Amish craftsman. Available through www.kmizner.com

Horse Pull

Horse Pull

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
36 x 48 inches (L x W)
At the local County Fair, a team of work horses jump the gun at the horse pull. This begs the question, who's pulling whom? Available through www.kmizner.com

Ice Storm

Ice Storm

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
24 x 30 inches (L x W)
Ice storms are incredibly destructive forces of nature. Often times, after the storm passes, nature seems to apologize by showing us incredible beauty. Sunlight shining through the prism of ice casts rays of color so that one feels they are surrounded by rainbows. Available through www.kmizner.com

Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
12 x 12 inches (L x W)
A maze of reflections from opposite dressers lent an interesting color and composition choice I couldn't pass up.
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Monhegan Morning

Monhegan Morning

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
20 x 24 inches (L x W)
A familiar sight to the denizens of Maine's world-famous Monhegan Island: a boatload of day-trippers and artists making their way to see one of America's most beautiful places. Available through Bayview Gallery, Brunswick, Me. (art@bayviewgallery.com)

Morning Dory

Morning Dory

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
22 x 28 inches (L x W)
The morning sun catches an old sea dog rowing his way out of the harbor for another day lobstering. Available through Bayview Gallery, Brunswick, Me.

Passing Memories

Passing Memories

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
18 x 24 inches (L x W)
One wonders what the thoughts may be as the older generation watches the newer walk by.
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School Recital

School Recital

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
22 x 28 inches (L x W)
Part of learning back in one-room schoolhouse days was to recite the days lesson. This young girl has it down, to the admiration of her class-mates. Available through www.kmizner.com

Stoking The Fire

Stoking The Fire

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Panel
24 x 20 inches (L x W)
Keeping your wood stove blazing is a must on cold winter nights in Maine. Available through www.kmizner.com

The Bedouin

The Bedouin

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
20 x 20 inches (L x W)
A camel driver takes a short break in the desert heat. Available through www.kmizner.com

The Scyther

The Scyther

Kevin Mizner
Oil On Canvas
24 x 24 inches (L x W)
From my Americana Series. Cutting hay by hand as was done by farmers long ago was one of the toughest jobs, (of many) especially in the summer sun's heat. When horse drawn mowers appeared the old scythe was put up and forgotten. Available through Bayview Gallery, Brunswick, Me.