Tag Archive | Landscape Painting
This summer along with completing more post-Graduate work I was able to paint, continue work on my Assemblage 36 Series, and spend an amazing week at an “Artists Who Teach” residency @ Lesley University making montotype prints. These are some examples. The Monotype with Chine Colle’ above now resides in the “Permanent Collection” of Lesley […]
The painting “Summer Storm Cloud: Herring Cove,” an Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 40″ will be on display for the next six months in the waiting area @ the Barnstable Municipal Airport. 30% of the sale price will go towards a student scholarship through the Cape Cod & Islands Art Educators Association.
Various new and older pieces are currently on exhibit across the cape. Two works at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis through March, another at the Hyannis Municipal Airport, and a third at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod in Yarmouth. Cape Cod Museum of Art
“The lingering Night” is currently on tour visiting three local high schools over the course of three months. As part of a group show entitled “From Our Studios” featuring artwork created by members of the Cape Cod & Islands Art Educators Association, this painting was seen @ Barnstable High School in February, is on display […]
This is a new painting, 18″ x 36″ Oil on Canvas entitled “Blue Box” that draws its inspiration from the fly traps set out in the marshes. This 18″x 36″ Oil on Canvas is called “heat”.
Well, since I’ve been so busy with meetings and another school year opening, I thought I’d post another painting from my summer show. I’m busy with four paintings in the studio, but none are ready to be revealed! I am very happy with this work and this painting. I am fascinated by the line […]
For painter and educator, Daniel Springer, this latest solo show of his paintings, prints and mixed media assemblage represents decades of work all exploring two common thematic ideas: solitude & solace. On exhibit from July 1 thru July 31, 2012 at the Brewster Ladies Library, the show includes work that ranges from observational to abstract […]