You may remember from last week, if you have been paying any attention at all, that I mentioned this exhibit that I was pulling together, my first solo show, at the Conservation Center in Concord. I prepped 51 paintings, figuring a few would have to be brought back home, but all of them found a spot in the gallery room. The gallery is actually the Center’s conference room, so if you plan to go there to take in the fantastic effect of 51 beauties in one dazzling array, call first to make sure the room will not be in use for a meeting. The number is (603) 224-9945. To find the Conservation Center, take Exit 16 off Route I-93 and follow the brown signs “Conservation Center”. Please let me know if you go.
The image above is the top portion of a small, 6 by 12, painting of Mt Washington that I completed “alla prima” (all at one fell swoop) last fall, when the autumn foliage was still glorious but an early snowfall had blanketed the tops of the mountains. This painting has been sold, but the owner graciously lent it to me for this exhibit. Giclee prints of the image, matted, will be available for purchase at the exhibit.