Fisherpersons never tell where they fish, but we suppose you could say this artist was fishing for a subject to paint. This one-of-its-kind acrylic painting by local fisherman, artist and architect, Glenn Gardiner, depicts a morning storm as it approaches Narragansett Bay from a spot near Castle Hill Inn. The perspective from this vantage point is unique as fishing access in the area has become restrictive. One would say it is a “privileged view” of the bay. Dimensions: 36" x 24".
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