"Rockland Breakwater Light"

Rockland, Maine

Painting of Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse by artist Beth Whitney | DowneastWatercolors.com

"Rockland Breakwater" is an original watercolor painting by Beth Whitney featuring the lighthouse in Rockland Harbor.


The Rockland Breakwater Light is visible from many points around Rockland. It sits on a 4300+ foot long breakwater that extends from Jameson Point (easy parking). The walk is fun with great views of the harbor, and you may even see seals stealing fish off lines along the way.

This view of the distinctive lighthouse shows the brick tower well. You can see the Camden Hills in the background and Samoset Resort on the left. If you take a day sail or the ferry to Vinalhaven, you'll go right by it.

"Rockland Breakwater" is an original watercolor painting by Beth Whitney featuring the lighthouse in Rockland Harbor.


The Rockland Breakwater Light is visible from many points around Rockland. It sits on a 4300+ foot long breakwater that extends from Jameson Point (easy parking). The walk is fun with great views of the harbor, and you may even see seals stealing fish off lines along the way.

This view of the distinctive lighthouse shows the brick tower well. You can see the Camden Hills in the background and Samoset Resort on the left. If you take a day sail or the ferry to Vinalhaven, you'll go right by it.

Watercolor on paper | Private collection