Fishing at Black Rock Creek

I took the photo I used for this painting in June 2014, the first time we camped at Salisbury Beach State Park in Massachusetts. The campground sits at the turbulent junction of the Merrimack River and Black Rock Creek, before the Merrimack spills into the Atlantic. The water is choppy and chaotic, and apparently good for fishing. I actually started the painting this past June when I went back to Salisbury to camp and paint for a week on my own. It was a true gift of time to paint, read, walk the shores of the river and the ocean, paddle in the kayak, and bring my camera to capture the beauty around me. Perfect!

Original Painting - Sold

Matted 11x14 Print - $20 

Greeting Card - $2

Magnet - $2