Paul F. Thibodeau
Paul F. Thibodeau is a 1966 graduate of the Portland School of Fine and Applied Art (currently The Maine College of Art), where he received a Ross Scholarship, the Alumni President's Award, and the Federal Building and Loan Association's Purchase Prize. After serving a two-year term with the U.S. Navy as a photographer, Paul spent the next nineteen years with the Lincoln News as a commercial artist, photographer, and lithographer, before establishing his own business, Thibodeau Graphics.

Paul has been capturing the beauty of the Maine outdoors for over thirty years. His works include original watercolors, acrylics, limited edition prints, note cards, and photographs of the Maine coast, Downeast lighthouses, Mt. Katahdin at Baxter State Park, and historic buildings of the Bangor area, including railway stations and trains.

The Maine artist's works have been on display at the University of Maine at the Orono Artists of Maine Gallery, Bowdoin College, the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, Art & Antiques, Sullivan, EMCC, EMMC, the Maine Art Gallery, 193 Exchange Street, Bangor, the Northlight Gallery in Millinocket, and AMES A/E, Architects and Engineers, Bangor.