A View of the Future – upcoming exhibits

Postcards to Maud…

August 14 – September 7, 2017

Postcards are the chosen medium in the Chandler Gallery’s latest exhibition, which asks artists to put forth some of their most daring work within the confines of 6×8 inches. With a range of perspectives and different styles of art, these postcards are nothing like what you see in a souvenir shop. I currently have a piece in this exhibit. All original “postcards” are $50 in support of the Gallery and its community programs.

Pints and Postcards: Thursday, August 24, 6:00 – 8:00 pm / Rain Date: Thursday, August 31, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Say goodby to summer with art, lawn games, and good beer. Make your own postcard, or start your art collection. Try your hand at bocce and lawn games, or just relax in our shady back yard. This is an 18+ event. Beer $5

Artscope AITP 2016

Art in the Park –
Charlestown’s annual art fair

Smaller paintings, works on paper and greeting cards will be for sale at Art in the Park – held at the gorgeous City Square Park on the Freedom Trail midway between the North End and the Bunker Hill Monument.

Come for the art and enjoy the history and did I mention historic brews?

Gallery Night at Liberty Hotel

215 Charles Street
Boston, Massachusetts, MA 02114

September 19, 6pm – 8:30pm

Featuring flower and landscape works.

Gardens for Charlestown Open Market

499 Main Street at Bunker Hill St
Charlestown, Massachusetts, MA 02129

September 30 10am – 2pm

Smaller paintings, works on paper and greeting cards will be for sale.

Canvas Fine Arts Gallery

More information to come

67 Chestnut Street, Beacon Hill

October 2017 (date tbd)

An exhibit of my landscape work.

LANDAU GALLERY

Belmont Hill School,
350 Prospect Street, Belmont, MA 02478-2662

February 2018

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Memorial

A shady memorial at Belmont Hill School, Belmont MA. Oil on linen, 11×14 inches.

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Postcards from Vermont: and so begins my painting trip

Well, the light has changed but it’s Vermont. A Bald Eagle scaring the ducks behind me, a bass grabbing a smaller silver fish to my left and me racing the sun at my easel. For the next two weeks, I’ll paint in southern Vermont. Oh, so much  GREEN!!

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Back to the Charles

Quick oil sketch 11×14, along the river. And oops, forgot to put the knives back in my bag.

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