As a practicing artist for the last 50 years, I have I have covered a lot of different mediums. Oils, printmaking, stained glass, sumi-e, suminagashi, paper marbling, and paper-making. For the last 20 years, I have worked mostly in watercolor. My newest work is watercolor portraits. It is my intention to create a portrait, not for the sake of representing a likeness, but to intrigue and interest the viewer to want to know more about the person. What are they doing? What are they thinking? It is my hope that the viewer will be inspired to create a story in their mind to go with the portrait; that it will resonate with their own life experience in some way.
The exhibition opens July 6th, and can be viewed Monday – Friday 10-6 pm, Thursday 10-8 pm and Saturday 10-4 pm until July 31st
Masks are optional in the gallery
Lynne Adams’ latest artwork explores the profound spiritual connection between nature and the human experience, particularly focusing on the landscapes of Western Massachusetts. Through her unique technique of cold wax and oil painting, she delves into the transformative power of the natural world and its ability to heal and provide sanctuary.
In her paintings, Lynne aims to capture the essence of the spiritual energy that emanates from the landscapes she encounters. The use of cold wax and oil allows her to create rich and textured surfaces, enhancing her artwork’s tactile and sensory experience. With expressive brushwork and a harmonious color palette, she invites viewers to immerse themselves in the healing presence of nature.
New Works opens on June 6th and is on view Mon-Fri 10 AM – 6 PM, Thurs 10 AM – 8 PM, Sat 10 AM – 4 PM until July 1st.