February Feature Artist
Scott Thorp is a self taught photographer. His first interest in photography was in 4th grade and then again in high school spending many hours in the darkroom. After high school he photographed portraits and weddings for about 10 years. Taking a break from the stress of producing images for others it was suggested to return to photography as a form of therapy during a cancer diagnosis. Since that time Scott has limited his images to nonverbal subjects often returning time and time again to capture the personality of a location.
These 3 images of the shacks at Willard Beach in South Portland illustrate that concept. The most recent was taken about a month ago during the extreme cold snap that produced a phenomenon called sea smoke. They are printed on stretched canvas and come ready to hang on your walls. No framing is required.
All of Scott’s images can be found on two websites. Signed images and canvas may be purchased from his personal site. Unsigned prints, framed prints, cards, canvas, metal prints and assorted other products may be purchased from his site on the Fine Art America page.
Born and raised in the Portsmouth, NH and Kittery, ME area, Scott now resides in Rochester, NH. His photography has been reproduced in many magazines including DownEast and the December 2018 image for DownEast Calendar of a red shed was taken in New Harbor, Maine.
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