There are 2 sizes of this print available, this image is 11 by 15. It is Milton Christianson's most recent work from that spot. The colors are warm golds and greens with the icy blue (even in the summer) Moosehead Lake. The steamship Katahdin in center. Shaw Block and three church's steeples are visible above the trees. This view is a welcome sight to many coming home to Greenville.
Milt Christianson has lived and worked in Maine since 1970. He began his art career silk screening t-shirts and posters in the Waterville area. Since then he has traveled and painted in India, Australia, and Russia, as well as much of the United States. He exhibits in Maine and in Tucson, Arizona. Milt lives on land he homesteaded in the small, remote town of Wellington in the northwoods of Maine, a little southwest of Greenville.
Many of his paintings depict his wild surroundings and the towns, farms, and activities of the region. He is often seen in Greenville, capturing the personality and history of our town.