At a young age, H. Gray Park was already identified as a natural talent and was placed in talented and gifted programs. During his third year of college, Gray spent four months in England at the Winchester School of Art. He then painted in Scotland for several months the following year, inspired by the fishing villages and the shapes and colors of the boats, capturing the essence of his subject matter. Gray is a plein air painter, known for large East Coast landscapes from life. Other creative interests also lie in the restoration of antique boats, antique paintings and other inspired metal projects.
- Steve Cawman, Center for Contemporary Printmaking
- Jonathan McPhilips, Coastal Maine Artist