Artist Choice

Artist Choice

Artist: Tom Devaney

Artist: Tom Devaney

Sacred Heart Church by Thomas Devaney, 2007. Painted steel, fabric and wood. 46 x 36 inches

 

Artist: Lisa Nelthropp

Artist: Lisa Nelthropp

$1,500 credit toward a painting in her gallery or toward a mural.

Artist: Colin Callahan

Artist: Colin Callahan

Oil on mylar; Winter landscape of a pond with pines on the campus of St. Paul's School.

 

Artist: Amaranthia Sepia Gittens-Jones

Artist: Amaranthia Sepia Gittens-Jones

GHOST FOX
Amaranthia Sepia Gittens-Jones
11" x 14" Print from Ipad Digital
March, 2014

14-year-old Amaranthia Sepia Gittens-Jones has studied under acclaimed artists Ian Torney and Sylbia Brofos. Amaranthia's work is influenced by earlier years spent living in Tokyo. One day she hopes to create a space where young artists like her can show their work.

Artist: Maryrose George

Artist: Maryrose George

COUNTRY CHARM
Maryrose George
Acrylic

This one-of-a-kind pastoral scene depicts a flower-laden rustic farmstead in bloom. Mounted in a wood frame that accents the subject matter.

Artist: Joe St. Pierre

Artist: Joe St. Pierre

Joseph St.Pierre is a an architectural and fine art photographer living in the Concord area. His architectural photography assignment work has led him to be passionate about photographing the graphic intensity that architecture contributes to the landscape,in which we live.

Artist: Charlie Goodwin

Artist: Charlie Goodwin

Circles do fascinate.  Hinting of much and telling little, they insist they are simply
paint.  They are almost letters, possibly numbers, and perhaps signs, and just
when their meaning might become clear, they become silent.  They suggest and
insinuate, but in the end they withhold their secret.

Artist: Sheri Vincent-Crisp

Artist: Sheri Vincent-Crisp

SHERI VINCENT-CRISP
STILL LIFE - 2014
OIL ON CANVAS
8" x 8"

Artist: Becky Kinhan

Artist: Becky Kinhan

BECKY KINHAN
CONCORD'S CLOCK TOWER
OIL ON CANVAS, 16" x 20"
2014

A symbolic blend of our past and present, Concord's clock tower watches over the city, marking the passage of time in seconds, hours, years. At night, the light spills onto the pendulum, levers, and wheels, creating a luminous dance of light and movement.

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