Brian MacLean Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Brian MacLean based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Brian MacLean
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Sunset at Old Scituate Lighthouse by Brian MacLean
Fort Independence At Castle Island by Brian MacLean
Neponset at Night by Brian MacLean
The Black Rose of Boston by Brian MacLean
Boston Gas Tank by Brian MacLean
Night at the River by Brian MacLean
Worlds End Hingham Massachusetts by Brian MacLean
Gillette Stadium And The Four Super Bowl Banners by Brian MacLean
Grey Day at Scituate Lighthouse by Brian MacLean
Crashing Waves on Minot Lighthouse by Brian MacLean
Moonrise over the Gas Tank by Brian MacLean
United States Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba WMEC-907 by Brian MacLean
Snow at Scituate Lighthouse by Brian MacLean
Sunset at Lighthouse Beach in Chatham Massachusetts by Brian MacLean
Hingham Shipyard Anchor by Brian MacLean
Winthrop Massachusetts by Brian MacLean
Clouds Over The Mountains by Brian MacLean
Cranmore Mountain Resort From Cathedral Ledge by Brian MacLean
Powder Point Bridge by Brian MacLean
The Sun Also Rises by Brian MacLean
The Bush Compound Kennebunkport Maine by Brian MacLean
Louisa May Alcotts Orchard House Concord Massachusetts by Brian MacLean
Ball field at Night by Brian MacLean
Gazebo by Brian MacLean
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About Brian MacLean
Brian MacLean is the father of two children. He is a local Massachusetts photographer who discoveredÂ his passion forÂ photography 20 years ago afterÂ using his brothers camera.
Brian enjoys shooting natureÂ and landscape. He tries toÂ captureÂ theÂ raw reality of nature, the fleeting beauty of those in-between moments, andÂ try's to do his very best to take every picture with that in mind.Â He wants his viewers to relate to his photographs through recognition of and familiarity with the places, the emotions, and the energy asÂ they are looking at a picture of a placeÂ that they may know. Brian shoots the majority of his images with a Canon DSLR and a wide angle lens but believes that equipment is less important then the photographers vision and creativity. One of Brian's Favorite quotes is "The image is created in the mind, the camera is just a tool to help record it"
Â Brian's work has routinely been sold to numerous local media outlets as well as private buyers, and used for commercial purposes.