September 24, 2021
Francis Hines lived in Connecticut for periods of time, even working as chief commercial artist at the iconic G. Fox & Co in Hartford during its prime. However, Hines was a New York artist through and through. It’s where he summoned his energy and creative spirit. He was extremely prolific and although recognized at times for his work, he was not after the fame or glory.
August 09, 2021
As we look forward to the quintessential New England Fall, the works of Anda Styler are exactly that. Light dances across her surfaces capturing that fleeting moment when you are struck by the beauty of a landscape. As a viewer, I see the playfulness and joy of her discoveries.
March 09, 2021
There is so much engaging content out there right now, that I want to take some time to review and think about all the new ways we can interact with art from the comforts of home.
But as it turns out, there are some other ways to feed that craving and make a connection. Many museums have stretched the very notion of what on-line content can provide in connecting with their patrons.
August 08, 2019
Lately I’ve been wondering what makes an outdoor painter distinctly different from that of a studio painter. Here are some ideas about the challenges and rewards of Plein Air painting.