Follow the links to view our available lighthouse map paintings & nautical prints by their state. (*Please Note: the images here are website quality scans – our lighthouse prints for sale are of a much higher resolution to show even the finest cartographic details of the maps/charts).
After the enthusiastic reception and exciting success of her lighthouse map painting of the Hockamock Head Light, on Swan's Island, ME in the early 2000s, we decided to expand our offerings to include some of the other popular and highly scenic coastal Maine lights.
Our current selection of MAINE LIGHTHOUSES consists of the Whaleback Light in Kittery (and Portsmouth, NH), the Cape Neddick Light (or “Nubble” Light) in York Beach, the Goat Island Light off Kennebunk/Kennebunkport and Cape Porpoise, the Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth at the entrance to Casco Bay, Seguin Island Light at Popham Beach in the Bath/Phippsburg/Georgetown area, Boothbay Harbor's Burnt Island Light and East Boothbay’s Ram Island Light (with schooner Lazy Jack) visible from Spruce Point and Ocean Point, the Pemaquid Point Light in Bristol/New Harbor (Damariscotta/Waldoboro area), the quaint and scenic Monhegan Island Light—NEW!! (or Monhegan Light) about ten miles offshore of the midcoastal region between Boothbay Harbor and Port Clyde (and accessible only by boat), the Marshall Point Light—NEW!!! located in Port Clyde at the entrance to Port Clyde Harbor, Owls Head Light at the mouth of Penobscot Bay, the Rockland Breakwater Light (with schooner Victory Chimes), the Curtis Island Light in Camden Harbor with the Camden Hills in the background, the Fort Point Light adjacent to Fort Pownall in the Stockton Springs/Searsport/Belfast area, the Dice Head Light in Castine on the Blue Hill peninsula (with Maine Maritime Academy’s Arctic schooner Bowdoin), Deer Island Thorofare Light (or Mark Island Light) off of Deer Isle’s quaint Stonington village, the Isle au Haut Light on one of Acadia National Park’s offshore islands (with schooner Grace Bailey out of Camden), Bar Harbor's Egg Rock Light in Frenchman Bay (with schooner Margaret Todd), the Bass Harbor Head Light on Mt. Desert Island, Hockamock Head Light (or Burnt Coat Harbor Light) on Swan’s Island, and the West Quoddy Head Light in the northern downeast region of Lubec, Whiting, and Eastport.
The following legendary NORTH CAROLINA LIGHTHOUSES are now available for online purchase. The five Outer Banks lighthouses are hot off the press, and include the Currituck Beach Light (or Currituck Light) in Corolla, the Bodie Island Light in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore near Nags Head and Oregon Inlet, the famous and striking Cape Hatteras Light on Hatteras Island near Buxton (the tallest lighthouse in the nation and one of the most recognized and distinctive), also the Ocracoke Island Light (or Ocracoke Light) on Ocracoke Island (the oldest operating NC lighthouse), and the Cape Lookout Light in the Cape Lookout National Seashore near Harker’s Island, Beaufort and Morehead City. She has also recently painted the Bald Head Island Light (or Bald Head Light, also called “Old Baldy” Light, NC’s oldest standing lighthouse) which is located near Southport and Wilmington Beaches at the mouth of the Cape Fear River.
The SOUTH CAROLINA LIGHTHOUSES that Wendy has turned into works of art on their corresponding maps are the Morris Island Light (or Charleston Light) located on the south side of the entrance to Charleston Harbor near Folly Island, and the Hunting Island Light in Hunting Island State Park near Fripp Island and historic Beaufort, SC.
The FLORIDA LIGHTHOUSES that Wendy has painted (including six brand new ones!) are the Amelia Island Light (or Fernandina Beach Light) on Amelia Island--Florida’s most northern barrier island, in Fernandina Beach, FL, the St. Augustine Light on Anastasia Island near St. Augustine Beach, FL, the Ponce de Leon Inlet Light (or Ponce Inlet Light) in the New Smyrna/Daytona Beach area, the Cape Canaveral Light at Cape Canaveral and the NASA Kennedy Space Center, offshore of Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and the town of Cocoa, FL, the Jupiter Inlet Light (or Jupiter Light) in Jupiter, FL, near West Palm Beach and Stuart, FL, the Cape Florida Light on Key Biscayne in Biscayne Bay near Miami Beach, the Key West Light at the tip of the Florida Keys, Sanibel Island Light on Sanibel/Captiva Islands offshore of Fort Meyers, FL, the Port Boca Grande Light on Gasparilla Island, in the vicinity of Port Charlotte and Venice, FL, the Cedar Key Light on Seahorse Key southwest of Cedar Key village in the Big Bend region of Florida, the St. Marks Light in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, south of Tallahassee in Wakulla County, FL, the Cape St. George Light (or St. George Island Light) that was historically located on Little St. George Island in Apalachicola Bay but now resides reconstructed on St. George Island near Apalachicola and Eastpoint, in the Florida Panhandle region, and the Cape San Blas Light on Cape San Blas at the south end of the St. Joseph Peninsula, between Apalachicola and Port St. Joe, FL.
Wendy also has painted one of the OHIO LIGHTHOUSES (because of family connections to the area) that for the time being is our sole representative of the multitude of historic and picturesque Great Lakes lighthouses. She does plan to focus more on these great Great Lakes lights in the future! The landmark Marblehead Light, at the entrance to Sandusky Bay in Lake Erie, is the oldest lighthouse in continuous operation on the United States side of the Great Lakes. It is located near Lakeside and Port Clinton on the Marblehead Peninsula in Ottawa County, OH.