Seated with his nine Chiefs portraits is Maine artist Tom Brennan. The paintings were on public exhibit as part of the annual International Festival in the St. Croix Valley, Maine.
Tom has recently completed a new series of unique portraits that were on exhibit August and Septemebr 2015. They feature a total of fourteen Chiefs of the Passamaquoddy Tribe of native people. The People of the Dawn were the first people in Maine and New Brunswick, Canada and their cultural heritage is a key aspect of life in the St. Croix Valley. Also included in this year's exhibit was a large painting of two chiefs in an authentic Passamaquiddy canoe. The painting is titled DAWN in honor and respect of the tribe and all its leaders.
DAWN is an impressive painting in a natural setting that depicts two Chiefs paddling a canoe on the St. Croix River in Maine.
Tom Brennan PAINTINGS & PORTRAITS ROBBINSTON, MAINE 04671 USA