Monday, April 18, 2011

Small works. Accomplished artists.

 Holy Mackerel, I mean Shad.... 2 more gorgeous paintings!

Left, Artist: Tom Chesar, Lewis Island, 11 x 17", Acrylic painted directly on to acid-free poster board.

We feel very privileged to have this original piece to auction this year. The landmark boat house on Lewis Island never looked so good. If you visit Tom's website you will see his lengthy list of professional associations, awards and examples of other works by this talented Stockton, NJ artist.
Tom works in gouache, casein and acrylic and often paints scenes of the Delaware Valley and the Coast of Maine.

Thanks so much Tom. 

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Right, Artist: Steve Zazenski, Hard Winter on Franklin Street, 11 x 17", Watercolor on paper applied to acid-free poster board.

It was a hard winter no argument but if it inspired Steve to do this we are grateful for it.

Steve is a resident of New Hope and has been painting since 1978. Winner of numerous awards and member of respected artist groups like the Salmagundi Club, The NJ Watercolor Society, American Artists Professional League, Washington Square Outdoor Art Show, Rockport Art Association, Phillips Mill, Artsbridge and the list goes on and on.

Thanks a lot Steve. Great piece.

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