Erin McGee Ferrell LIVE Paints Philadelphia and Maine Books

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Erin McGee Ferrell Paints Philadelphia

Erin McGee Ferrell LIVE Paints Philadelphia and Maine Books

Erin McGee Ferrell LIVE Paints Philadelphia and Maine Books. American Artist, Contemporary Urban Oils Portland. www.ArtistAmerican.com

Limited Release Print. American Contemporary Urban Painter in Philadelphia. Great for Coffee Table and Philadelphia Gift. www.ArtistAmerican.com

Includes: The Italian Market, Chinatown, Center City, Philadelphia Zoo, Art Museum Steps, and Boat House Row

Erin McGee Ferrell Paints Philadelphia

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Erin McGee Ferrell LIVE Paints Philadelphia Book. American Artist, Contemporary Urban Oils, Maine, Philadelphia and Kentucky. www.ArtistAmerican.com

Erin McGee Ferrell Paints Philadelphia

Erin McGee Ferrell

“Witness Philadelphia Architecture, colors, and culture through a painter’s eyes. Follow Erin McGee Ferrell around this most fabulous city in this beautiful hard cover book.”

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More Erin McGee Ferrell Books:

Structures: Urban and Coastal/ Philadelphia and Maine

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Linear Strength

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American Artist: Philadelphia.Kentucky.Maine.Miami

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Ships and Sails: An Ephemeral Landscape

Erin McGee Ferrell

Hand signed. Hardcover 11 x 15 inches.

Nationally recognized, McGee Ferrell’s paintings are collected by Private and Commercial institutions. including TD Ameritrade, AtlantiCare New Jersey, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, INC. Philadelphia, The Episcopal Diocese of Boston, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, professional hockey player Kimmo Timonen, and America’s Cup Winner- Robert James Gale.

Her work has been highlighted at the Arnot Museum, NY.  She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and University of the Arts Philadelphia.

Erin McGee Ferrell is represented by Portland Art Gallery. Portland, Maine

LOBSTER ART for Lobster Band-aid. Lobster Tough. Maine

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LOBSTER ART for Lobster Band-aid. Lobster Tough. Maine

LOBSTER ART for Lobster Band-aid. Portland, Maine

LOBSTER ART for Lobster Band-aid. Portland, Maine. American Artist, Erin McGee Ferrell, pairs painting with new product. www.ArtistAmerican.com

Erin M Ferrell. Lobster

Erin M Ferrell. Lobster

36 x 36 inches

Mixed Media on wood

2016

Contact Artist

LOBSTER ART for Lobster Band-aid. Portland, Maine

Posted January 20 Updated January 21
“Maine startup Lobster Tough LLC developing a children’s bandage from lobster shells
The bandages would be the first commercial product developed from the New England Ocean Cluster.”
BY TOM BELLTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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A startup company in Maine is developing a children’s bandage coated with a substance extracted from crushed lobster shells that would promote blood-clotting and is resistant to bacterial infection.

The company, Lobster Tough LLC, shipped Maine lobster shells to a processor in Iceland for testing, and so far, the results are promising, said Thor Sigfusson, an Icelandic investor in the company.

Lobster shells usually end up in landfills after the meat is removed, he said. Using lobster shells to create a medical product would create more value for lobsters and boost the industry in Maine, he said.

“My dream will be to use the massive amounts of lobster shells that are being thrown into dumpsters,” he said.

Chitosan, the blood-clotting compound, is currently produced industrially by crushing shrimp shells and washing the solids with acids to remove inorganic materials and proteins. The U.S. Army has used field bandages treated with chitosan processed from shrimp shells.

The Maine lobster shells would be shipped from Portland to Iceland for processing.

The lobster shells must be dehydrated to remove weight and lower shipping costs. Lobster Tough this winter is shipping a portable dehydration machine from Iceland to Maine. The company eventually plans to build a $2 million dehydration plant somewhere on the Maine coast, said Patrick Arnold, an investor who lives in South Portland.

The goal is to introduce the bandages to the U.S. market in 2017, he said.

Maine is known for its pristine environment and sustainable lobster industry, Arnold said. That reputation will help sell the bandages, which will feature cartoon images of lobsters on its packaging.

“The storyline and traceability of the product is important,” he said.

The bandages would be the first commercial product developed through the New England Ocean Cluster, a new business incubator in Portland.”

BY TOM BELLTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS

“Ok Maine Lobster Band-aid start up in Portland, Maine! I want you to see all of my Lobster paintings. The one that I have featured in particular with band-aids over the claws rather than rubber bands! So please consider using my art for your product packaging and marketing!!!!”

Erin McGee Ferrell

 

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Artist Statement
Erin McGee Ferrell is inspired by architecture merging with landscape. Her work is located throughout the nation in hospitals, corporations and with private collectors. Figurative yet abstract, yet adhering to visual accuracy and measurement. Recently McGee Ferrell has explored mixed media with subjects focused on universal themes. New Series include: Petri Dish, Shifting Thresholds, Night Sails, and Good Dark: The Maine Potato. Erin McGee Ferrell is an influential American Artist and important Contemporary Painter.
Erin McGee Ferrell studied oil painting at Mount Holyoke College, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, University of the Arts Philadelphia, and The University of Louisville, KY. Collectors include TD Ameritrade, AtlantiCare New Jersey, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, INC. Philadelphia, The Episcopal Diocese of Boston, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, professional hockey player Kimmo Timonen, and America’s Cup Winner- Robert James Gale.

Maine Lobster. American Artist, Erin McGee Ferrell

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Maine Lobster. American Artist, Erin McGee Ferrell

Lobster Artist, Maine

Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist

Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist

Maine Lobster. American Artist, Erin McGee Ferrell

Maine Lobster. American Artist, Erin McGee Ferrell. Portland Contemporary Painter, www.ArtistAmerican.com, Mixed Media Corporate Art.

“Love for the Lobster. Red and Steamed from the local Falmouth Market contrasts deep color against the January Snow.”

Erin McGee Ferrell

“My work practices of multi-layer, large, mixed media commissions reflecting the surrounding culture and historic symbolism of varying subjects make my art a great fit for corporate interiors. I envision my bright, touchable, multi-faceted projects hanging on the walls in hotels, hospital lobbies, and in private residential collections.”

Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist

Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist

Maine Lobster.

48 x 48 inches

Mixed Media on Wood

2016

Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist

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Artist Statement

Erin McGee Ferrell is inspired by architecture merging with landscape. Her work is located throughout the nation in hospitals, corporations and with private collectors . Figurative yet abstract, yet adhering to visual accuracy and measurement. Recently McGee Ferrell has explored mixed media with subjects focused on universal themes. New Series include: Petri Dish, Shifting Thresholds, Night Sails, and Good Dark: The Maine Potato. Erin McGee Ferrell is an influential American Artist and important Contemporary Painter.

Other Lobster Paintings by Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist

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Whole Foods Urban Art Initiative. September. Portland, Maine

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Whole Foods Urban Art Initiative. September. Portland, Maine

Erin McGee Ferrell www.Philadelphia-Artist.com

Erin McGee Ferrell
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Whole Foods Urban Art Initiative. September. Portland, Maine. This painting will be displayed in the Whole Foods Cafe Portland, Maine mid October through mid November.

36 x 50 inches

Oil on Hand Stretched Canvas

Erin McGee Ferrell

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WF Urban Art/ Boyd St Garden

WF Urban Art/ Boyd St Garden

Urban Community Garden September. Franklin Street Series

Whole Foods Urban Art Initiative. September. Portland Maine. Erin McGee Ferrell, Contemporary Urban Artist, Paints Community Garden. Philadelphia-Artist.com

Painted en Plein Air at Dermot Court Housing Community Garden. “Across the street”- Community Garden Art Project. Using Art to Bridge community dialogue around food. “ Sponsorship through Whole Foods, The Root Cellar, and Artist and Craftsman Supply. Portland, Maine

Painted en Plein Air at Dermot Court Housing Community Garden.
“Across the street”- Community Garden Art Project. Using Art to Bridge community dialogue around food. “
Sponsorship through Whole Foods, The Root Cellar, and Artist and Craftsman Supply. Portland, Maine
Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist
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Available for Purchase. Contact Erin@Philadelphia-Artist.com

“Painting the September Garden has been the highlight of this project. The colors are deep and rich. The Garden Community is familiar and the Maine Light is gorgeous.”

Erin McGee Ferrell

Artist Statement 2015

Erin McGee Ferrell is inspired by architecture merging with landscape. The artist notices the spaces of sky and buildings between suspended electrical lines, seeking to paint the moments of sky that occur between the floors of a parking garage. Drawing is the foundation of her work as an artist. McGee Ferrell’s work may scream abstraction, but underneath adheres to visual accuracy and measurement. Addicted to adrenaline, the artist paints in highly public places where she is forced to paint fast and true. Recent work has focused on the merging of urban and coastal architectural structures in Philadelphia and Maine. McGee Ferrell is a natural entrepreneur who is determined to be an influential Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist and important Contemporary American Artist.

 

Erin McGee Ferrell studied oil painting at Mount Holyoke College, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, University of the Arts Philadelphia, and The University of Louisville, KY. She has studied and created art in Italy and Nigeria. Collectors include TD Ameritrade, AtlantiCare New Jersey, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, INC. Philadelphia, The Episcopal Diocese of Boston, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, professional hockey player Kimmo Timonen, and America’s Cup Winner- Robert James Gale.

 

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Erin McGee Ferrell

41 Foreside Rd

Falmouth, Maine 04105

856.630.9832

Erin@Philadelphia-Artist.com

Alden’s Stones and Foot Bridge. Boothbay Harbor, Maine

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Alden’s Stones and Foot Bridge. Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Erin McGee Ferrell paints Dick Alden's Stone Flowers

Erin McGee Ferrell paints Dick Alden’s Stone Flowers

Alden’s Stones and Foot Bridge. Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Erin McGee Ferrell created, “Alden’s Stones and Foot bridge” standing behind Studio 53 in the sculpture garden.

Dick Alden's Stone Flowers

Erin McGee Ferrell

Erin McGee Ferrell

18 x 24 inches

Oil on Canvas

Erin McGee Ferrell 2015

Erin McGee Ferrell painting Alden's Stones

“My husband is an Episcopal Priest. We often talk about death and what we want our funerals to be like. I’m still trying to figure out a lot of things but one thing I know for sure is I want Maine Sculptor, Dick Alden‘s Stone Flowers on my grave.”

Dick Alden has been carving wood and stone for 30 years, full time in mostly marble and granite for the past 5 years at Starfish Studio, which he shares with his wife and art mate Priscilla May Alden, a fiber artist and printmaker. Renowned Maine sculptor, William Zorach, said it best: “Rhythm is a cosmic force…the sense of movement is deeply rooted, it is universal”. I enjoy the mentally and physically intensive process of carving and shaping my pieces to exude a rhythmic motion, balance and harmony in the final composition. The challenge is to capture that special spirit which each stone possesses.

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Artist Statement 2015

Erin McGee Ferrell is inspired by architecture merging with landscape. The artist notices the spaces of sky and buildings between suspended electrical lines, seeking to paint the moments of sky that occur between the floors of a parking garage. Drawing is the foundation of her work as an artist. McGee Ferrell’s work may scream abstraction, but underneath adheres to visual accuracy and measurement. Addicted to adrenaline, the artist paints in highly public places where she is forced to paint fast and true. Recent work has focused on the merging of urban and coastal architectural structures in Philadelphia and Maine. McGee Ferrell is a natural entrepreneur who is determined to be an influential Erin McGee Ferrell. American Artist and important Contemporary American Artist.

Erin McGee Ferrell studied oil painting at Mount Holyoke College, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, University of the Arts Philadelphia, and The University of Louisville, KY. She has studied and created art in Italy and Nigeria. Collectors include TD Ameritrade, AtlantiCare New Jersey, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, INC. Philadelphia, The Episcopal Diocese of Boston, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, professional hockey player Kimmo Timonen, and America’s Cup Winner- Robert James Gale.

 

Philadelphia-Artist.com

Erin McGee Ferrell

41 Foreside Rd

Falmouth, Maine 04105

856.630.9832

Erin@Philadelphia-Artist.com