Frederick Kellogg’s skilled and evocative paintings and watercolors focus on the interconnection between the built and the natural. Roads, stoplights, power lines become punctuating aspects of the landscape; the geometric construction of the buoy in this image is a perfect counterpoint to the fluidity of the ocean. Kellogg has shown extensively in Maine, Washington, DC, Massachusetts, and Texas. He is a longtime summer resident of Thomaston and is represented by the Caldbeck Gallery. His work is in the collection of the Farnsworth Art Museum.