Prize Winning Pastel Landscape SOLD!

These are the two pieces I entered in the Newington Art League Spring Show, which is taking place in the Newington Town Hall lobby from April 17th until May 16th.  I am very pleased to say that not only did Far Meadow take second place at the show, but it SOLD as well! 

pastel of dirt roadway lined with trees leading to stone wall with meadow beyond
Far Meadow – 6 x 8 pastel – SOLD!
pastel painting of sunset over frozen lake
No Skating Today – 6 x 8 pastel – $85

Art in the Park in Manchester on Sunday, June 3rd from 10 am – 4 pm

Come visit me in my booth at the Art in the Park event in Manchester on Sunday, June 3rd from 10 am – 4 pm. I will have examples of pet portraits that can be commissioned, and a number of framed landscapes that are for sale to the public. 

colored pencil drawing of german pinscher on the couch
German Pinscher portrait – colored pencil

 

Tracks – 6 x 8 pastel – $85
What Lies Ahead – 7 x 12 oil – $200
vine covered dilapidated red barn with field in front in the fall, evergreen trees and woods behind
Old Red Barn – 11 x 14 oil – $395

Prize Winner in Current Show

2nd Place Winner!

What Lies Ahead – 7 x 12 oil – $200 

Also showing:

narrow horse path through an overgrown field leads to deep woods
Horse Path -8 x 10 oil painting narrow horse path through an overgrown field leads to deep woods
Garden shed-oil
Garden Shed – an 8 x 10 painting of a garden shed in oil with echinacea and wildflowers

Three of my newer pieces, all oil landscapes,  are on exhibit at the Newington Art League Show in the Newington Town Hall in Newington, CT. This show will run from April 11 until May 12, 2017. The show is for members of the league and was judged by local artist and illustrator Bob Noreika.