First Impressions: Annual Associate Artist Show January 15 - March 11, 2021
Two of my paintings were selected for this exhibition
Tranquility, oil on bonded aluminum panel, The long Hill Home, oil on stretched canvas
77thAnnual Connecticut Artist's Juried Exhibition
On View January 31 - March 12, 2021
On behalf of Slater, thank you for entering the 77th Annual CT Artists Juried Exhibition. Every entry contributes to the excellence of this long-running show and demonstrates the vibrancy of the Connecticut artist community.
The exhibition will be on view starting Jan 31st. Although Slater is unable to host an opening reception this year, you can pre-register to view the exhibition in person by clicking in the link below:
Lyme Art Association Excited to announce that two of my paintings were selected by Lyme Art Association for their Deck the Walls exhibition.
Spectrum Art Gallery has selected two of my paintings for their Home Sweet Home exhibition
Art can save the world
“As Gulls Fly” A winter scene at Hammonasset State Park at Connecticut shoreline, A wintry sky, pompas grass waving in the wind and gulls flying. Muted winter limited palette completes the romantic melody in this impressionist pastel painting. Selected by Lyme Art Association for the current 2020 Associate Artist Exhibition.
So excited that my painting of John Massimino was voted popular favorite at the Madison art society members exhibition now on display at the Carter Hall Library and Clinton Connecticut.
Angelic symphony is one of two artworks about selected by Spectrum Gallery for their holiday show. Pleased to announce that lighting the Christmas tree Iv was sold as part of this exhibition.
76th ANNUAL CONNECTICUT ARTISTS EXHIBITION Delighted that my painting Poppies in the Field was selected for exhibition at the beautiful Slater Museum. Juror is Mark D. Mitchell, Holcombe T. Green Curator of American Paintings and Sculpture at Yale University . His research interests in American art extend from the colonial period to the later twentieth century, with particular depth in landscape and still-life painting.
This unconventional seascape struck my eyesi driving down the beach road in Madison Connecticut one winter day. The setting sun created a soft pink cast to the stark landscape and the reflection of a single tree in the still water creating a striking landscape that I couldn’t help but capture. My painting is part of the exhibit at the Clinton Town Hall on view until April 2020.
A different perspective for this nude sketch was the inspiration to create this pastel drawing. Thank you to juror for selecting it to be part of the figurative exhibit at ALNB
Spectrum Art Gallery
The Human + Animal Bond—6 week show
Opens: Jan. 22-March 7 Receives: Jan. 10-Jan. 14 (1-6pm). No receiving Friday Jan. 15 We all bond with animals both wild and domesticated. During months of quarantine this bond for many of us kept us sane and hopeful. But even before the pandemic this bond is evident everywhere—in stories, films, books and art. My painting titled “Welcome Home”was selected for the Human and Animal themed show.