I will be painting a model on Saturday, July 20 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Tilting at Windmills Gallery, 24 Highland Avenue, Manchester Center, Vermont ~ 802-.362.3022
Stop by and see how I use my artistry and broad brushstrokes to represent the likeness, personality, and perhaps even the mood of the model. Looking forward to seeing you!
In addition to new works being added to the Galleries, please visit these events to see my works on display:
SCNY ANNUAL MEMBERS’ EXHIBITION 2019; Upper Gallery, April 29, 2019 – May 23, 2019
ART WALK: Main Street, Keene, NH; Friday, May 31 to Sunday, June 9th
HUDSON VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION 86TH Annual National Juried Exhibition; The Lyme Art Association Gallery, Old Lyme, CT; Friday, June 14th to Friday, August 2nd
WATERWORKS: A Marine Show; The Lyme Art Association Gallery, Old Lyme, CT; June 14th to August 2nd
THEN & NOW: Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main Street, Jeffersonville, VT 05464; June 27th to September 2nd
2019 SUMMER SHOWCASE: J. Cacciola Gallery W, 35 Mill Street, Bernardsville, NJ 07924; June 28th to September 6th
PORTRAIT CREATION PROCESS PORTRAYED: Tilting at Windmills Gallery, 24 Highland Avenue, Manchester Center, VT 05255; Saturday, July 20th – 11am to 4pm
One Class only in 2019 taught by John C. Traynor
Date: June 3rd to June 7th 2019
Location: Outside near John’s studio in NH
Please use CONTACT US and request more details to sign-up. Space will be limited. Recommended accommodations will be provided upon request.
Lyme Art Association presents:
Please stop in and see two of my works at this show.
Remember it is ‘tax-free’ shopping Friday, Nov 30 to Saturday, Dec 1
for more information: https://lymeartassociation.org/exhibitions/deck-the-walls-2018/
Don Stone and Tom’s Sugar House
Thank you to American Art Review (Sep/Oct 2018 Issue) for doing a feature article and cover on the artist, Don Stone. Don was a great painter and a good friend of mine in his later years.
Don and his son, Caleb came to paint in West Swanzey a few winters back. We drove to my friend Tom Minnich’s sugar house and while Tom boiled the sap into syrup, Don, Caleb and I painted. Don’s painting “Tom’s Sugar Shack” as shown on AAR’s cover is a result of that day.
Don was always a lot of fun to paint along side of outdoors. He would tell jokes while we painted; usually the same ones over and over but they would always make you laugh.
The North Shore art Association in Gloucester, Massachusetts is currently displaying his works in a show called “Don Stone Comes Home” and is on view through to October 9, 2018.