Isalos Fine Art will kick-off its tenth season on Stonington’s Main Street with a exhibition of large-scale watercolors by Boston-based painter Marjorie Glick. The show will hang from June 19th through July 15th.
Over the past thirty years, Marjorie Glick has become known for vivid realism inspired by New England’s natural areas and land trusts, a process that begins on location and continues for months in her studio as she applies multiple transparent layers of paint. Over the past several years, Glick has assembled a body of work featuring paintings from Deer Isle locations, including a large scene from Island Heritage Trust’s Barred Island.
Glick teaches annual plein-air watercolor workshops in Stonington, and has been on the faculty at the DeCordova Museum and the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Her work has been widely exhibited at regional museums and in corporate and private collections, as well as galleries in New York and Boston. She was recently the subject of a feature article in Watercolor Artist Magazine.
The public is invited to an artist’s reception on Friday, June 22 from 5 – 7 p.m. For more information, visit isalosfineart.com or call the gallery at 367-2700.