Contact Information:

Sett Balise
PO Box 346
Liberty, ME 04949

Websites:
www.brambledragon.com

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Biography:

Sett Balise lives in the cabin on the Davistown Museum grounds and can be found milling around the gardens or working in the museum on a daily basis. He put together the site's graphical layout. In his spare time when he isn't oil painting or drawing, he practices Yama Shi Te Okinawan Karate Jutsu and drinks far too much coffee. Recently, he has started producing a range of ceramics, including everything from dark ages chafing dishes to items with modern aesthetics.

All the work below is unframed and priced as such. Frames are available for an additional fee and will add to the cost of shipping.

Pottery available through www.brambledragon.com!

 

Work in the Davistown Museum MAG Gallery for Sale


No Trespassing

2007
Oil on Canvas
$300.00
 
Sleeping Maiden Isles
2007
Oil on Canvas
$200.00

Work in Other Galleries and Collections


Lighthouse and Farms Along the Way
2015
18" x 24"
Oil on Canvas
$75.00


Lighthouse in Bass Harbor, Arcadia, Maine
2015
18" x 24"
Oil on Canvas
$75.00


Mirage Tower
2015
18" x 24"
Oil on Canvas
$85.00

City Tree Sapling at Sunset
2015
18" x 24 "
Oil on Canvas


Autumn Stream
2015
10" x 14"
Oil on Canvas


Bridge in the Orange Grove
2015
5" x 7"
Oil on Canvas


At the Heart of Galaxy NGC-1365
2014
5" x 7"
Oil on Canvas


Lighthouse and Galaxy-rise
2013
11" x 14"
Oil on Canvas



Blind Person Area
2015
18" x 24"
Oil on Canvas




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Participating artists donate 30% of MAG on-site sales proceeds to benefit the Davistown Museum. When we sell work that is exhibited on the MAG website but held elsewhere, we solicit a 10% donation. If the artist or another gallery sells the artwork, no commission is solicited or requested. We hope the MAG website exposure will help sell more artwork from the artists' own studios or in galleries which show their work.