About the Artist
James Flood is a South Florida maritime artist and historian whose primary works are of sea-going vessels, usually portrayed in an historic context. His paintings have earned international recognition and can be found throughout the world in galleries, museums, private collections, books and magazines, motion pictures, and Cunard ocean liners. His love of ships goes beyond his artwork - he has several small boats that he uses regularly that he hand-carves with intricate patterns. In addition to his prolific collection of paintings, he also makes and repairs ship models to great detail and historical accuracy.
James Flood is an accomplished artist with a love of all things maritime and historical. He is a Delray Beach sensation, easily recognizable by his period clothing, handlebar mustache, and vintage replica hat. James lives with his wife and 2 cats in a house covered from floor to ceiling with maritime art.
2011 Cruise Shipping Interview
James Flood donates his painting to the SS United States Conservancy. In this interview, his passion for this beautiful ship is clear. Here he is intereviewed at the 2011 Cruise Shipping Miami Exhibition.
2010 Cruise Shipping Interview
James Flood is interviewed at the 2010 Miami Cruise Shipping Exhibition.