Alice Steer Wilson (1926-2001) played a central role in sparking the renaissance of Cape May, New Jersey in the 1970s. Painting en plein air, she captured the changing light on neglected beaches and Victorian cottages, inspiring townspeople and tourists to see Cape May as a treasure worth preserving. An exceptional colorist, her work conveys the intrinsic character of a resort that had fallen on hard times. She also is known for portraits and still lifes in oil, watercolor, and charcoal.

Alice Steer Wilson: Light, Particularly 2013, Southbound Press

ISBN-13: 9780963249425