Am. b. 1967
Philip Frey paints Maine's landscapes from his studio in coastal downeast Maine. He was born in Portland, Maine and received his BFA in painting from Syracuse University.
Frey's "Lighthouse on Monhegan" pictured on the right prominently shows the signal bell which was cast by Henry N. Cooper & Co. in 1855 and was in service at the Manana Fog Signal Station for about 15 years. It now hangs outside the entrance to the Monhegan Museum of Art and History.
Museum collections: University of Maine Museum of Art
A monograph, Philip Frey: Here and Now, by Daniel Kany and Carl Little was released in 2018.
Lighthouse on Monhegan
12 x 12 in. Acrylic on board Signed "Philip Frey '03" l.r. Provenance a No. Carolina collector Price on request
"Reflections on the Sheepscot" 36 x 40 in. Acrylic on birch panel Signed "Philip Frey '05" l.l. Provenance the artist to a Vermont collector Price on request
"Orange Sky, MDI" 16 x 16 in. Acrylic on board Signed "Philip Frey" l.l. SOLD
"Chimney Pond" 12 x 12 in. Acrylic on board Signed "Philip Frey" l.r. SOLD