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Submarine Force Museum Hosts Art Exhibit by Lizbeth Maxson-McGee

From August 12 – September 12, The Submarine Force Museum will host “Our Silent Service: A Tribute to Our Nation’s Submarine Force,” a new art exhibit featuring original watercolor paintings by Lizbeth Maxson-McGee.

There are 14 submarine-themed art pieces painted in celebration of the contributions made by the nation’s Submaring Force. Including:

“The Launch” of the U.S.S. Pittsburgh at Electric Boat

“Northern Lights” showing a Virginia-class submarine cruising the Norwegian fjords

“Take Her Down” depicting the U.S.S. Connecticut as it submerges for deployment

“Clean Sweep” which portrays the return of the U.S.S. Providence to port after a successful sea trial.

About the Artist
Lizbeth Maxson-McGee is a long-time resident of Groton with ties to the maritime world dating back generations. During the Civil War, her great-great grandfather was co-owner of the Mystic shipyard that built the “Galena” an iron-clad vessel. In “Our Silent Service” she has dedicated her work to those who with courage and confidence sail beneath the distant seas and surface under the canopy of stars.

Opening Reception: Friday, August 4, 5 – 8 pm.

There is no cost for museum entry or to view the artwork.

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