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David Ridgway’s oil painted landscapes reflect a joy, love and understanding for his environment. Whether painting plein aire or in his studio, his images of the hills, valleys, boats, and houses of the San Juan’s and Skagit counties are an appreciative expression of the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. David pares the landscape down to interlocking…

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Herb Edwards was born in Brownsville, PA in 1940. He received his BFA from The University of New Mexico in 1963 and his MFA from Pratt Institute in 1970. Herb was a professor of fine arts for over twenty years. Herb and his family now live on Cape Cod where he paints in the Spring…

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The paintings for this exhibit are based from direct observation and from my photographic reference of the Cityscapes of New York. I work in oils on linen canvas and linen panels in the simple and direct Alla Prima method. Although my work is representational I am more interested in the “Story” of the scene and the…

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Still life has been my subject of choice for 20 years, probably because it allows me to control the light, colors involved, and objects.  I return to familiar things, most of them culinary, letting the drama and surprise come from the arrangement, vantage point or the paint itself.  “Still Life with Tools”, 40″ X 36″, oil on linen, 2015…

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When I think about the conventions of painting — a tradition I respect immensely — I notice that my concern has always been with the interplay of light and structure” says artist Stephen Magsig. “Light, since it defines everything, is what my work is about — how light changes things, how it inflects the surfaces…

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The Prince Street Gallery will present an exhibition of paintings and monoprints with the title “City Light” by Katie Weiss from March 24 through April 18. Ms. Weiss, who lived in New York City for over 30 years, has always been interested in the overall sense of space, light, shadows and movement of figures in…

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We are getting more and more requests from our clients to custom mill frames that will accommodate acrylic to protect their valuable paintings. This was a challenging project but I think you will agree the results speak for themselves. We are documenting a project for a client that has a large painting that he wanted…

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Renowned Pacific Northwest painter David Ridgway, a resident of Orcas for more than ten years before relocating to Bellingham, continues his passion for “all things Orcas.” His new oil paintings illustrate this intense love and intimate relationship with the island, its landmarks and most especially its people. Ridgway paints much of his work “plein aire,”…

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Kesler Woodward, the widely recognized Alaska artist from Fairbanks, will be featured in a solo exhibition at the blue.hollomon gallery. Woodward is best known for his paintings of birch trees and the northern landscape. This new body of work provides his birch tree “portraits” and his personal view of the Alaska landscape in a range…

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