"Oswego Harbor West Pierhead Lighthouse is an active aid to navigation located off the coast of Oswego, New York." "It was built in 1934 to replace an earlier light constructed in 1880. It stands at the end of a 2,000-foot-long (610 m) breakwater at mouth of Oswego River, extending .5 miles (.8 km) out onto Lake Ontario." "It is accessible by boat or from land over the abutting breakwater." "It is not open to the public." "It is owned by the City of Oswego and operated by the United States Coast Guard. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places." --(Wikipeia 2021)
"Oswego Harbor West Pierhead Lighthouse"
All work is created and painted by artist Steven Rockwell. Steven uses Imagination, memory, and assimilated photographic likenesses to create each paintng's subject. All work is hand painted using acrylic or oil paints and compatible additives. The finished paintings are full of impastos, textures, and/or sculpture like qualities. The resulting products have a "real time and space" presence that is visually stunning. No painting is made using computers or printers. Each and every painting is Guaranteed to be a hand painted/sculpted original.