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

“Cranberry Creek”

Acrylic on Canvas

12”x 16″

(16″x20″ w/Black & Silver wood frame)

$650

This plain air painting was done in the fall, when the bog starts freezing and the ducks experience a skidding surface to land.

Year: 2021

“Marshes”

Acrylic on Canvas

8”x 10″ (12″x14″ w/Gold frame, no glass)

$200

This scene offers so many facets.  I like to capture the tree that is reflecting the colors of the marshes.

Year: 2021

“High Tide”

Acrylic on Canvas

11”x 14″ (15″x18″ w/Gold antique frame with a liner)

$495

Painted in plein air, this Little River scene offers a beautiful scene when it’s high tide, which is what I captured.

Year: 2020

“Concord River”

Acrylic on Canvas

12”x 16″ (16″x20″ w/Gold frame, no glass)

$650

This is a gem of a scene I found hidden in Lowell, by the Concord River.  I painting it from a photo.

Year: 2020

“Paint Lobos”

Acrylic on Canvas

20”x 30″

$1,600

A beautiful site in Monterey, CA where the crashing wave never cease to create new patterns on the rocks.

Year: 2017

Will Winslow

 

Artist Statement:

After his service in the army and a year of factory work, Will pursued a degree in his greatest passion: drawing. After having earned a BFA in illustration at the Rhode Island school of design, he spent several years illustrating children’s books before moving back to New England as an Art Director of the Children’s Books division for Addison-Wesley Publishing in Reading. He eventually went on to start his own graphic design firm, Graphic Associates before retiring in 2002 and joining the Brush Art Gallery as a studio artist.

Contact:

https://thebrush.org/winslow.htm

wilwinslow@msn.com

“Monhegan Island”

Acrylic

Image: 19 3/8”x 15 1/8″

Framed: 22″x18″

$900

Chrissy Theo Hungate

Artist Statement:

Chrissy Theo Hungate is a fine artist working in drawing, painting, sculpture and mixed media. Her work encompasses landscapes as well as expressions of the human figure.

“The ocean has always held my fascination with its calm gentle lapping on the shore, its stormy powerful waves, and its depths of unseen mysteries suspended within.

Contact:

Ctheogate@aol.com

“Thalo Spirals”

Oil on Canvas

24”x 36″x1.5″ Gallery wrapped canvas

$700

Year: 2020

“Ghost”

Acrylic on Canvas

8″x8″x1.5″ Gallery wrapped canvas

$200

Year: 2019

“Salmon Sunset”

Oil on Canvas

16″x20″ (Unframed)

25.5”x 28.5″ (Framed)

$375

Year: 2020

“Blue Streak”

Oil on Canvas

27″x34″ (Unframed)

35.25”x 28.5″ (Framed)

$700

Year: 2020

Penelope Cox

Handcrafted Jewelry Designs

 

“Driven by texture, color and the unexpected”

 

Contact:

pennysstudio@gmail.com

978-846-6095

$35 Each

Materials: Sterling Silver, Titanium, Pearls from the Sea, Beads

Paul Richardson

 

Artist Statement:

I have been involved in photography for over 50 years, and have a particular interest in seascapes, among other subjects. 

 

Contact:

Brush Gallery

www.paulhrichardsonphotography.com

978 302-3569

“Low Tide at Truro”

Archival Print on acid free matte paper

12″x18″ Image Size

19″x23″ (White Matte w/black wood frame)

$250

Year: 2021

“Moonrise”

Archival Print on acid free matte paper

12″x18″ Image Size

19″x23″ (White Matte w/black wood frame)

$250

Year: 2021

“Sandbar Truro”

Archival Print on acid free matte paper

12″x18″ Image Size

19″x23″ (White Matte w/black wood frame)

$250

Year: 2021

“Wellfleet Sunset”

Archival Print on acid free matte paper

12″x18″ Image Size

19″x23″ (White Matte w/black wood frame)

$250

Year: 2021

“Provincetown Bay”

Watercolor on Canvas

12”x 12″ (Unframed)

14″x14″ (Framed)

$350

Year: 2021

Lolita Demers

 

Artist Statement:

Lolita Demers of Lolita’s Pottery Creations has been creating pottery and jewelry for 45 years for stores and galleries across New England. She has a studio at the Brush Art Gallery 256 Market Street Lowell,MA   for 26 years creating functional, decorative and sculptural pottery.  Teaching art for 38 years has expanded her art into other meduims such as hot glass, glass painting, mosaics. Jewelry, etc.

“Waterlines” represents life lines for all to survive. Water’s fluid forms can create power, movement and tranquility. Lolita suggests this in her free form moving shapes, cool water colors of blues, greens and purple mosaics. She can picture and feel the peaceful walks along the water’s edge.

 

Contact:

Website: https://www.potterscreation.com

Studio Website: www.thebrush.org

Email: info@potterscreations.com or infopotterscreations@gmail.com

Personal: (978-683-4879) | Studio Number: (978) 459- 7819

(Custom orders on request)

 

“Free Form Mosaic Table”

(w/ two chairs)

Recycled wood, glass, recycled metal legs, paint and grout

22”x 32″

$350

Created with beach in mind.  A beach house or screened in porch in mind would be a great place although could be used else where.  The recycled legs went through major reconstruction to get the height needed for eating on. 

Year: 2021

“Free Spirit Mirror 2”

Recycled wood, glass, paint and grout

20”x 14”

$150

Year: 2021

“Beach Comber Necklace  2”

Beach glass and wire

18” -22”

$70

Year: 2021

“Ripples 1, 2”

Stoneware clay, wood, and paint

12”x 8″

$125 each or $225 for two

Year: 2020

“Pedestal Water Fountain”

Stoneware clay, rocks, glass, found objects

28”x 16″

$235

Year: 2021

Tom Whiting

 

Artist Statement:

Tom Whiting is an artist who works in a variety of media, concentrating on digital painting in recent years. Tom investigates the dynamics of landscape, including the manipulation of color and texture and the limits of vision based on our assumptions of what landscape means to us. Rather than presenting an actual reality, an illusion is fabricated to conjure the realms of our imagination.

His artworks are an investigation into representations of (outwardly) concrete places and situations as well as depictions and ideas that can only be realized in art. The work tries to express this with the help of technology. His works directly respond to the surrounding environment and use everyday experiences from the artist as a starting point. 

Contact:

Studio Artist, Brush Art Gallery and Studios

75 Durant Street, Lowell, MA 01850  (978) 257-0706

“Alert on the Sound”

Medium print of Original digital painting

9”x18” (Unframed)

(14″x23″ matted and framed – Limited Edition)

$550

A Sailboat on Merriconeag Sound, Harpswell, ME

Year: 2021

“Crashing Waves #1”

Medium print of Original digital painting

12”x12” (Unframed)

(16″x26″ matted and framed – Limited Edition)

$250

Print of Crashing Waves

Year: 2021

“Lower Locks from Central Street, Lowell, MA”

Medium print of Original digital painting

14”x10” (Unframed)

(18″x22″ matted and framed – Limited Edition)

$250

Print of the Lower locks, Middlesex Community College and the Inn & Conference

Year: 2021

“Ripples #1”

Medium print of Original digital painting

14”x10” (Unframed)

(18″x22″ matted and framed – Limited Edition)

$250

Print of waves

Year: 2021

“Waves #1”

Medium print of Original digital painting

14”x10” (Unframed)

(18″x22″ matted and framed – Limited Edition)

$250

A Sailboat on Merriconeag Sound, Harpswell, ME

Year: 2021

“Boat in Garrison Cove”

Medium print of Original digital painting

14”x10” (Unframed)

(16″x20″ matted and framed – Limited Edition)

$150

A Rowboat in Garrison Cove, Bailey Island, ME

Year: 2021

Raksha Soni

 

Artist Statement:

After 20 years of diligent work as a software Engineer for Siebel Systems and Oracle, Raksha Soni began an epic second act: to follow her true calling for Art. She studied fine arts while she was in school and college. She founded Brush & Paisley in 2017, to bring her art to new audiences. As an artist she is prolific and has had over a dozen exhibitions where she has showcased her signature style; from intricate Indian folk art to lush, opulent landscapes that capture the nostalgia and emotion of the nature. Along with furthering her own journey as an artist, she teaches young kids and adults helping them express and harness their creativity and find their artistic voice. She primarily works with oils, acrylics and watercolors. Her artwork has received numerous awards, and has been displayed at various charity in both India and the US. 

In her own words “Art is a foundational part of my life, and I try to spend my free time experimenting with it. I express my gratitude, emotions, and admiration for nature and Mother Earth through color. My inspiration comes from the many sources: places I travel to, nature, architecture, culture and the people around me. The creative process gives me tremendous joy, satisfaction, and a sense of great accomplishment, and I hope this beautiful journey of self-discovery continues forever.” 

Contact:

(781)-354-8962

“Colorful City”

Acrylic on Canvas

18”x24” (Black Floating Frame)

$495

“Colorful Town”

Acrylic on Canvas

18”x24” (Black Floating Frame)

$495

“Beach Waves 1”

Oil on Canvas

11”x14” (Framed without mat)

$295

“Beach Waves 2”

Oil on Canvas

11”x14” (Framed without mat)

$295

“Creek”

Oil on Canvas

11”x14” (Framed without mat)

$295

“River”

Oil on Canvas

11”x14” (Framed without mat)

$295

“Dawn”

Oil on Canvas

11”x14” (Framed without mat)

$295

“Boat”

Acrylic on Canvas

8”x10” (Framed without mat)

$150

“Boats”

Acrylic on Canvas

8”x10” (Framed without mat)

$150

Donna Berger

 

Contact:

donna@donnaberger.com

978-387-4190

“Dancing in the Rain”

Acrylic on Canvas

24”x30”

$550

Year: 2013

Gwendolyn Lanier

 

Contact:

glanier_artist@yahoo.com‌

www.gwendolynlanier.com‌

‌617‌ ‌416‌ ‌2920‌ 

“Yemaya” – SOLD

Acrylic on Canvas

24”x12”x0.5″

(Unframed, wired for hanging with sides painted)

$150

Year: 2021

“Idemili”

Acrylic on Canvas

24″x12″x0.5″

(Unframed, wired for hanging with sides painted)

$200

Idemili is the goddess of the Southern Nigerian Igbo tribe who live near the Idemili River. Her form encompasses a hybrid of the Python, which also occupies the river, and that of a woman. She is the protector of pregnant women and children.

Year: 2021

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