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I aim to create images that project an intense sense of place, that irresistibly position you in the world of the image, whether crisp, with every atom seemingly leaping forth, or a half-discerned fog.
My art should transport you into a place and perhaps into a time, it should invite you into its space in a fashion dependent on your own emotional state. In my experience this makes for art worth living with.
My love for nature has impacted my whole life.
My passion is to paint nature up close - I think of
this as painting portraits. I am drawn to the
delicacy, transparency and femininity of flowers,
as well as the abstract layering of color.
Being an artist has taught me to see and
appreciate the detail and nuance and magic in
Oil paintings of still life painted purely and simply with paint, pallet knife on panel. Be still and be moved.
Quilts of all kinds, scarves, fabric bowls, tableware. and quilting lessons. Commissions available.
Because I have studied art for over 40 years, my work is multi-faceted. I paint and print in various media, including oil, watercolor, collage, monotype, collography and silkscreen. My subject matter varies from shoes to landscape to still life to florals in realistic and abstract styles.
Monotypes, paintings - inspired by nature.
My focus is rhythm, gesture, motion and emotion. Figures are cast in small editions of bronze, resin, or hydrocal with bronze patinas. Click on Arlene Hecht at gallery333.com.
It was my visit to the Greek Islands that motivated me to paint. I studied with Ruth Kates and Tony San Martino.
I am an oil painter who enjoys working with pastel, conte, and any mixed media that tickles my fancy. I loosely call my "style" Contemporary Realism.
Primarily a watercolorist, I'm attracted to a variety of subjects, particularly those with strong tonal contrasts.
I have been painting watercolor for over 15 years and I love the "feel" of the medium, the way the colors come together. I work mainly in still life-vegetables, fruit and flowers. I can be reached at 617-969-7562
Using paint as light, I strive to evocatively capture a time, place, memory and feeling.
My work is an expression of who I am: colorful, immediate, humorous, adventurous.
I create white line woodcuts and mixed-media work which express my appreciation for color and nature, strong emotions, and a busy life.
Sean Moore is from Newton, has shown regionally and nationally for over 30 years
and hangs in many private and corporate collections. He is known for New England
scenes and paintings of Harvard Square and Beacon Hill. He also does house portraits.
The Newton Free Library hosted a one-man show of his works in the main gallery in 2003.
Impressionistic / Realistic watercolors - Florals, Gardens, Still Life, House Portraits
Initially a watercolorist, Shirley's broadened focus in the past several years has been on oils and monoprints to capture the scenes and impressions she's gathered from the various venues of her life. Art has given her the opportunity to follow her wanderlust to many areas of the world and to study with a variety of well-known artists in the United States, Mexico, and elsewhere abroad. Among them are Gema Phillips, Eric Weigardt, Judi Betts, Mel Stabin, Frank Webb and Betty Lou Schlemm.
My Monotypes in The Steampunk series seek to combine images of archaic devices and diagrams with a modern abstraction.
I have worked as a studio painter for many years, creating images of subjects of personal and emotional interest.
Gary Tucker is a artist painting and teaching in the Boston, and Newton areas. His painting and approach to teaching are based in the study and appreciation of nature. Growing with art through all stages of life.
John Vaccaro is a recreational watercolorist. He paints and exhibits his watercolors for his enjoyment and for the enjoyment of those who view his paintings. John paints a variety of subjects, often influenced by his other activities and events of the day. His watercolors have been in a number of solo and group shows.