Two of my paintings were chosen for the 8th annual Green Mountain Watercolor Exhibition held in Waitsfield, Vermont. I’m thrilled to have had my work selected for this juried event! The purpose of this show is to highlight and promote the art of watercolor painting and features the work of artists from across the country. The show will be up and open to the public at the Red Barn Galleries at Lareau Farm from June 15th until July 21st.
Top: “Halcyon Days”, 13″h x 18″w
Bottom: “When Up Is Down”, 5″h x 7″w
I have several paintings in the “Small Works – Evolving” show at the Copley Society of Art in Boston, Mass. The exhibit will be up and open to the public from May 30th until August 18th. If you’re visiting Boston or live nearby, be sure to stop by the gallery, which is located at 158 Newbury Street. The works I submitted for this show all reflect the burgeoning of life in the spring season, from apple tree blossoms to songbirds back to start a new cycle of life again. As the seasons evolve, so does everything in nature.
This painting of a pair of Black-capped Chickadees is titled, “A Budding Romance”.
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It’s supposed to be spring here in the mountains of New Hampshire but we’re still turning the heat on at night and the daytime temperatures remain below average for this time of year. It hasn’t stopped the birds from migrating back (thank goodness!), and while there aren’t any blossoms on many of the trees, shrubs and bushes just yet, the buds are forming so there will be much to see soon. It’s got to warm up soon, right? I’m working on a few new paintings for a members exhibit opening at the Copley gallery soon. Here’s one of the works in progress for the show. Stay tuned for more information on the show and to see the finished artworks I’ll be submitting!
Welcome in the start of the show season with the Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville, Vermont with the opening of this group, juried show of art featuring works with water, in all it’s forms, as the predominant part of the composition of the works. I’m pleased that one of my watercolor paintings of a Common Loon, titled “Reflections”, was accepted into the show. The exhibit will run from May 3rd until June 23rd, 2019 with an opening reception to be held on May 5th, from 2pm-4pm.
My exhibit of original pencil drawings will be up for a few more days (ends May 1st) at the Littleton Food Coop cafe gallery. If you haven’t had a chance to see the show, be sure to stop by the cafe the next time you swing into the Food Coop to pick up some goodies! All the art is available for sale and if you see something you like, simply take it off the wall and bring it to the checkout to purchase.
A portion of all the sales will be donated toward the fundraiser for Rodney Mitton, a Coop employee who was injured a few months ago. With winter finally over and spring making steady progress, many of the artworks feature wildlife we’re all familiar with and are starting to see again, like this chipmunk hiding among the leaves and rocks.
Title: “Hidden #7”, 7″h x 5″w, Available
Our local food cooperative has a delightful cafe gallery where you can enjoy a cup of tea, something fresh from the bakery or relax after a little grocery shopping. While you’re there, you can take a look at some of my original pencil artwork currently on display. And, if you see some artwork you love, you can simply take it off the wall and purchase it right at the check out. Gives a whole new meaning to “one stop shopping”!
The art will be on exhibit until April 30th.
Title: “Hidden #10” (Snow-shoe Hare)
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Tagged animal art, art show, bird art, black bear, black capped chickadee, bobcat, NH Artist, owl art, pencil art, snow shoe hare, white mountain artist
Join me for the opening reception of an exhibit of my pencil art at the Littleton CO-Op cafe gallery in Littleton, New Hampshire on Sunday, March 10th. This lovely little cafe features a rotating exhibition of work by local artists and I was lucky enough to be selected for the months of March and April. There will be some delicious light refreshments provided, courtesy of the Co-op, and a chance to ask questions about my art. These pencil drawings are one-of-a-kind works of art as no reproductions are made. However, I will also have unframed prints featuring my watercolor art of birds, animals and nature at the opening reception.
Here is another small painting I have in the current small works exhibit currently open to the public at the Copley Society of Art in Boston, Mass. This painting is title, “This Side of Red” and features an Eastern Bluebird, one of my favorite birds. We see bluebirds around our home but they tend to nest in other more open locations since our house is tucked up into the woods. However, my neighbor’s apple trees and large fields seem to be a favorite with the bluebirds and are one of my “go to” spots to get reference photos.
This exhibit will be up from January 10th until April 28th. Be sure to stop by the gallery and see the show if you live near Boston or are visiting the city. For more information and directions, you can visit their website by clicking the link here: COPLEY GALLERY