Bayview Gallery in Brunswick is delighted to share the achievements of their artists.
“Monhegan Landing, 3 Below” by Tom Hughes
Tom Hughes painting “Monhegan Landing, 3 Below” appears on the pages of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine. He says, “The current issue has a cover story on contemporary realist collectors, and one of them… chose one of my pictures to illustrate the portion of the article that is about him”. And why not? Tom is one of the very best realist painters working in the country today.
American Society of Marine Artists fellow, Loretta Krupinski, will also have a shot at a cover – her painting, “View from the Second Tower, Matinicus Rock Lighthouse, c. 1901,” was acquired by L.L. Bean for use on a future catalog!
Both Scott Moore and Barbara Applegate have the honor of having their paintings on display in Maine’s Capitol. Curated by the Maine Arts Commission, Applegate’s show Art in the Capitol is on view through March 2nd, while Moore’s paintings will be on display in the State House offices of Maine Senate President Mike Thibodeau.
“Approaching Cundy’s Harbor” by Suzanne Harden
Marieluise Hutchinson took second place at the Cape Cod Art Association winter show with her painting, “Connections,” and she will be included in the upcoming book release Legendary Locals of Yarmouth (MA) by John A. Basile.
Another Salmagundi Club honoree is Gayle Levee whose gorgeous still life painting, “Raku,” was on exhibit there recently and will go on to be shown at the Hudson Valley Art Association. In addition her painting, “Summer’s Finale,” was accepted into the Plein Air Salon and her piece, “Sweet Water,” was awarded Best Water Painting by Plein Air Magazine.
Jerry Rose conducted a successful workshop on Prouts Neck in Scarborough, Maine next to the Winslow Homer Studio and mentioned his upcoming workshop at The WoodenBoat School this summer in Brooklin, Maine July 26th to August 1.
If the L.L. Bean Spring Catalog hasn’t hit your mailbox yet, keep an eye out for Wendy Newcomb’s painting “Peaceful Journey” gracing its cover! Her bold colors and crisp handling draw your eye right to them.
“Peaceful Journey” by Wendy Newcomb