Currently available original paintings of coastal and sailing scenes and other marine images are included in this portfolio. These include oil and acrylic paintings ranging in size from 5" x 7" up to 36" x 48" - on stretched canvas as well as panels.
Fishing dinghies in the calm harbor.
9"H x 12"W
12"H x 16"W
Private collection - NFS
Oil on canvas
15"H x 30"W
Georgetown, SC waterfront
Docked at the Independent Seafood dock in Georgetown, SC.
24"H x 36"W
Oil on panel
The iconic Independent Seafood Shrimp Dock along the historic waterfront in Georgetown, SC.
oil on panel
An inspiring sunrise along Surfside Beach, S.C.
6"H x 12"W
Portions of the Georgetown, SC waterfront at the Independent Shrimp Market; oil on panel.
Oil on cradled panel
Oil on canvas panel in gold frame
8"H x 10"W
oil on panel; chartered sailboat viewed towards the west from Cooper Island, BVIs.
An offshore shower cools the beach.
Recently on display at Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay Oregon as part of ASMA's National Maritime Exhibition.
16"H x 20"W
Photo by Keith
5"H x 7"W
Third in a series of this J24 regatta.
Windjammer "Polynesia" ex-Argus at anchor in the Caribbean
Sunfish sailing along the Carolina coast with a storm brewing in the distance.
Acrylic on canvas
Oil on Panel
10"H x 8"W
Oil on panel.
Featured on the cover of "Living Here" October 2014 Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Clamming in the marsh at Murrells Inlet, SC.
Oil on cradled panel; Selected for exhibition at the Annapolis Maritime Museum by the Maryland Federation of Art, January - March, 2015 for the juried exhibit "Stormy Weather".
oil on cradled panel
oil on cradled panel; a bright afternoon along the beach on the glorious S.C. coast.
Oil on gallery wrap canvas.
Dinghy parking on the beach at the Baths, Virgin Gorda, BVIs; oil on panel
One of three in a series of this J24 regatta.
Photo by keith
Selected for exhibition with the American Society of Marine Artists 6-month 3-venue 2010 show at the Biggs Museum, Dover, DE; Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD; and the Buffalo NY Naval Park Museum.
Shrimp boat "Miss Kaitlyn" in Snead's Ferry, North Carolina just before a warm afternoon summer storm.
Photo by Keith Wilkie
Egret watching as another floats down for a landing in the marsh behind Pawleys Island.
Calm surf on Block Island black rock beach. Inspired by a friends frequent visits to this location. Selected as a Finalist in the 2012 Richeson 75 Landscape & Seascape Competition.
30"H x 40"W
Norman Island, The Bight, BVIs
Dock on Meggett Creek, Yonges Island, SC
Block Island Race Week
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