Pamela Wamala

Artist Statement:

A visual artist and writer focused on connecting with and uplifting others. Wamala received her BFA from University of MA, Lowell.  Pamela’s offerings have been shown and collected widely.  She works as a full-time artist in her Gates Block Studio in Lowell, MA.  Wamala hosts visitors to her studio by appointment and is currently accepting commissions.

“Rain Dance”

Concertina Books Watercolor

(Ink, Twine, and bead on Paper)

35″ x 6″

$95

“Celebrating Joy”

Concertina Books Watercolor

(Ink, Twine, and bead on Paper)

31″ x 5″

$85

“June Rain”

Concertina Books Watercolor

(Ink, Twine, and bead on Paper)

31″ x 4.5″

$75

Donna Howard

 

Artist Statement:

Donna Howard’s art combines simple storytelling with a visual investigation of negative space. She was recently paroled from a 20-year sentence in an office cube and returned to the paintbrushes that kept her sane in college. Her award winning work can be seen daily at Gallery Z Lowell, Massachusetts, on-line at Donna-Howard.com and as part of the Lowell Community Health Center’s permanent collection. Complete CV includes over 20 solo shows as well as 70+ Juried exhibits. Donna lives and works in Woburn Massachusetts.

“Summer Bouquet 1”

Acrylic on Canvas

24″x20″

$150

“Summer Bouquet 2”

Acrylic on Canvas

20″ x 16″

$100

“Summer Bouquet 3”

Acrylic on Canvas

16″ x 12″

$75

Samantha Foster (Muddy Girls Studio)

Contact:

Muddy Girls Studio 

122 Western Avenue Studios 228 | Lowell, MA  01852

Links:

MuddyGirlsStudio.blogspot.com

www.MuddyGirlsStudio.com

www.WesternAvenueStudios.com

“Underwater Bowl”

8″

 

$95

“Sea Worthy” – Wall Hanging

12″ Round

 

$95

“Sea Worthy” – Bowl #2

8″ Round

 

$75

“Sea Worthy” – Bowl #3

4″ Round

 

$35

“Sea Worthy” – Bowl #4

8″ Round

 

$35

“Sea Worthy” – Bowl #5

8″ Round

 

$75

Brooke Lambert

 

Contact:

Website: www.brookelambertartist.com

207-272-7730

“Grounded”

Ink on Paper

11″x14″

$150

“Summer Rose”

Ink on Paper

14″x11″

$150

Elizabeth Sheehan

 

Artist Statement:

Elizabeth Sheehan started out as a Boston based artist, who first pursued her BA. in English with a minor in psychology from Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy, MA. After receiving her degree, she waited a year and began attending Massachusetts College of Art, where she received her B.F.A. in Painting in the year 1999. She taught art and was a preschool teacher for many years. Her work has been shown in Boston, Cambridge and Dorchester galleries as well as Open Studios in Dorchester and Somerville. She then moved to the Northshore where her work was shown at; Gasworks, SCAM (Salem Collective of Art and Musicians), Salem Arts Association, Marblehead Arts Association and Arcworks at the community Art Center in Peabody. Elizabeth now lives in Lowell, where she is a member of Gallery Z and The Brush Gallery. She has sold many of works to private collectors around The United States. She finds an interesting parallel between the visual arts and the art of letters, particular that which involves poetry. She believes that both involve the use of ordinary images, ideas, that can be juxtaposed in such a way as to somehow become extraordinary. She found herself, as a poet who used words to convey imagery, wanting to create paintings with the same dreamlike quality by combining, fusing and balancing the conceptual with the traditional. It is her hope to create an inner land of mystery, and an opening of the pregnant silence of being where creativity, understanding, wisdom, empathy and celebration may dwell.

Contact:

201 Thorndike St. Unit 2-29 Lowell, MA 01852

Website:  www.lizsart.com

Email: elizabethsheehan1968@outlook.com

Good Harbor Beach”

Oil on Wood

$165

Meg Robertson

Summer Boy”

Photography Print

22″x18″

$150

Bethany Peck

 

Artist Statement:

Bethany Peck is a contempory landscape painter with a BFA from Monserrat College of Art in Beverly MassachuseNs. Her award-winning work can be found in many private and corperate collections. Her primary media are oils and watercolors. She uses a variety of different substrates, most notable: copper plates, linen, birch panels, amber-sand panels , coNon canvas, and a variety of papers. Painting intuitively, Bethany is inspired by nature to convey dream like emotion in her work.

Contact:

Peck-Kalabokis Studios

Western Avenue Studios

122 Western Ave

Studio #A417

Lowell, MA 01851

Website:  http://bethanypeck.com

Email: elizabethsheehan1968@outlook.com

Did The Wind Sweep You Off Your Feet”

Oil on Panel

24″x36″

$950

Dan Rocha

 

Artist Statement:

Dan Rocha works in mixed media materials using metal leaf, pigment and resin on a wood base. This technique of multiple applications of tinted resin, allows for a great saturation of color and depth in the finished piece. His subjects span aerial, geologic, oceanic, and abstract minimal art. He is a graduate of the Mass College of Art and Design in Painting and Sculpture and has been included in regional and national collections and exhibits, both as a solo artist and in group shows.

Contact:

Email: danrocha@comcast.net

(978) 221 7669

 

“Pink Flower

Acrylic on Wood Panel

24″ x 24″

$375

“Wall Sculpture

Wood/metal leaf/mylar/pigment/resin

8.5″ x 9″

$135

Valerie Jeanne Borgal

 

Artist Statement:

“Art, like life, is a learning process that is ongoing. Our God has created beyond our imagination and given us so much to inspire me. The process is fun and exciting, because we never know what life will be teaching us. I am always amazed that as soon as I discover something new, there is always more to learn. People ask me, ‘Can anyone learn to draw?’ My answer is, anyone who can write their name, can learn to draw, and enjoy the creative process. I pray my art brings glory to God and peace and joy to the viewer.”

Contact:

vjb@valeriejeannesart.com 

www.valeriejeannesart.com

978-337-0280

 

“Island Beauties

Watercolor on Acid free paper 27 3/8″ x 34″ (Framed)

Double off-white matt w/Cherry wood frame

I had met the owner of the house and gardens in this painting at her winter residence where I had a show of many of my art works I had painted on Monhegan Island. After talking with her she invited me to paint her gardens the next time I was on the island. The following June I landed at the dock and searched for her home. I was amazed at the beauty and size of the flowers. What a privilege to paint there! 

$1,050

Gillian Orlinsky

 

Artist Statement:

In 2018 I left my corporate job so that I could focus on painting. I work in both representational and abstract imagery. My painting practice provides a form of meditation and a means to interpret and observe the world and my personal connection to it. I am inspired by nature and the work of other artists.

Contact: 

Website: https://westernavenuestudios.com/listing/gillian-orlinski

Email: gillian-o@comcast.net

978-866-7088 

“Mohegan Series-4”

Gouache

13″x13″

 

$95

“Mohegan Series-5”

Gouache

13″x13″

 

$95

Claire Gagnon

 

Artist Statement:

An artist in Visual Art who spends most of her time sharing her passion for art with others by teaching. Founder of Chez Claire Art School, Claire teaches drawing, watercolor, and acrylic painting mostly to adults and occasionally to children. Classes take place in her studio at the Brush, online, and outdoors. Her artwork is in private and corporate collection worldwide.

Contact:

Website: www.chezclaireartschool.com

Email: clairegagnonart@gmail.com

(617)-901-3873

“Beach Umbrella”

Acrylic on Canvas

5″x7″ (Unframed)

10.5″ x 12″ (Framed)

 High quality Silver frame w/ a wood liner (no glass)

 

$160

“Beach Yellow Pear”

Acrylic on Canvas

9″x12″ (Unframed)

13.5″ x 16″ (Framed)

High quality antique Gold frame with on off-white canvas liner (no glass)

 

$350

Dave Martsolf

 

Artist Statement:

I began painting in the surreal style in the 1970’s.  After then taking a 30-year break in the corporate world to sustain my family I retired several years ago and restarted my art career.  Today my works are brighter in tone and include abstracts and portraits in addition to complex surreal pieces. Art lovers can examine more of my work at my website, http://davemartsolf.com

 “Here We Are” 

Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas

40” x 72”

$7,500

Susan Szablak

 

Artist Statement:

“Nature in harmony is the ultimate comfort for me. It is the heart of all that we are. I work to make my home a sanctuary to it and photograph what moves me.”

 “Soul Mates” 

Photo on Wrapped Canvas

36”x24”

$50

Donna Berger

 

Contact:

donna@donnaberger.com

978-387-4190

“Dancing in the Rain”

Acrylic on Canvas

24”x30”

$550

Year: 2013

William Cheever Turner

 

Artist Statement:

After retiring from a 30-year career in autobody restoration I pursued a life-long dream of becoming a fine artist.  I attribute my talent to my mother who was an accomplished artist. After several years of study, I earned a BFA and MFA in Visual Arts-Painting. Painting is my passion.

“Cherry Blossoms (Triptych)”

Oil on Canvas

26”x41” (Framed measurements)

$1,850

Susan Lippman

 

Artist Statement:

Sue Lippman’s interest in art started in childhood which led to her being accepted and graduating from the prestigious NY City High School of Art & Design.  After a career of teaching public school (including more than 20 years in the Lowell School Department), she retired in 2010. For the past 15 years, she has studied at well-known Boston area Art Studios with teachers such as Kathy Cooper, Mary Minifie, and currently with Paul Ingbretson.  She primarily works in oils on canvas.  Her main subject matter includes Landscapes (Plein Air), Still Life and Figure/Portraits.

 

Contact:

susanlippman48@icloud.com

 

“Forest in July”

Oil on Canvas

20”x20” (Unframed)

$695

Ivan Orlinsky

 

Artist Statement:

I am a water color artist. There is something about capturing the elements in the moment, that cannot be created in the studio.   Many times, I will use the paintings from outside for further work in the studio.

 

Contact:

Western Avenue Studios

122 Western Avenue

Lowell MA 01851 Studio 317

(978)–866-6403

 

Website: www.ivanorinskyartist.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Iorlinsky

Email: iorlinsky@comcast.net

 

 

“Ogunquit Beach Scene”

Watercolor

19”x23″

$325

M Barbara Howes

 

Artist Statement:

I began to fulfill a life-long desire to paint when I turned 65! After attending a watercolor workshop in Maine, given by an accomplished art teacher and therapist, I started painting. I’ve been enjoying watercolor painting as both pastime and passion for the last six years. I keep learning through online tutorials, workshops, classes and on my own.  About 10 % of what I create is my slowly developing skill and style; the remaining 90% is pure desire!  Participating in the local art community is always a source of motivation and inspiration.

 

Contact:

Email: barbarahowes57@gmail.com

“Surfer”

Watercolor

8”x10″ (Double Matted 11.25″x14″)

Light blue wood frame 18″x15″

$125

Laurie Simko

 

Artist Statement:

I grew up looking at the wood engravings of Clare Leighton (1898-1989), a Cape Cod artist who loved and was inspired by nature. I recently stumbled upon one of her small engravings of a seagull flying over a wave in the ocean that captivated me. I decided to do a series of seagulls in flight each over a tumultuous wave. The series of ten paintings is called ‘Churning Sea’. I created these paintings using acrylic paints on a Yupo paper, (polypropylene paper) and mounted onto cradled wood panels.

 

Contact:

Email: l.simko@comcast.net

“Churning Seas #1, #2, #3”

Oil on Yupo paper on wood

7″ x 5″ mounted on 8″ x10″ deep white wood frame

$50 each

Hallee Regal

 

Contact:

hallee.regal@gmail.com

“Summer Story 1”

Acrylic on Canvas

10″ x 10″

$65

“Summer Story 2”

Acrylic on Canvas

10″ x 10″

$65

“Summer Story 3”

Acrylic on Canvas

10″ x 10″

$65

Elaine Seidel

“Plum Island Path”

24″ x 36″

$250

“Come Away With Me”

 

$120

 

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