One of my watercolor paintings has been juried into the North East Watercolor Society’s International Exhibit in Kent CT, to be held October 9-30. This painting, “Shelved”, depicts one of my father’s old Jeep pickup trucks (a 1953 model) – it’s in storage and being used as shelving for all sorts of things.
Earlier this year, “Abandoned House, Maine”, was accepted into the New England Watercolor Society’s Associate Members Exhibit, which was held March 4 – April 28, in Plymouth MA.
“Given Up” was accepted into the Rhode Island Watercolor Society’s National Exhibit, which was held June 4 – July 16, in Pawtucket RI.
The Chelmsford Art Society held its annual July 4th Exhibit this year, after a two-year absence. Two of my watercolor paintings were on display, “Jenkins Truck” and “Mail Pouch Barn”. This exhibit then moved to the Chelmsford Library where it was on display all summer.
I recently attended a “Paint-Out” event sponsored by the New England Watercolor Society. It was held at Reid State Park in Georgetown Maine, where I enjoyed a quick end-of-summer vacation. I painted en plein air on the beach with a group of fellow watercolorists.