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Painting: Oil on Other.
I like to walk around a sea port, to stare at constantly changing picture of rocking, diversely colored boats: to watch how their rigs interlace creating cranky patterns. How the fishermen stow and repair their nets, maintain their vessels, unload lobsters and fish. The fishermen’s journeys in the harbor waters of New England leave their imprints on the boards in a shabby paint witch reveal many coats of colors . It is like a completed work of abstract painting art. Seagulls are screaming above in the air which is richly infused with the smell of seaweeds, salt water and fresh fish.
Painting oil on mesonite.Masonite is a type of hardboard, a kind of engineered wood, which is made of steam-cooked and pressure-moulded wood fibres in a process patented by William H. Mason. This product is also known as Quartrboard, Isorel, hernit, karlit, torex, treetex