Frederick Burrington: Where Land and Sky Meet

Frederick Burrington: Where Land and Sky Meet

October 3rd - November 2nd, 2019

Artworks by Heath artist Frederick Burrington, October 3rd to November 2nd.

Frederick Burrington is a seventh-generation resident of Heath, a small rural town (pop. 706) in the Berkshire foothills at the VT border. He describes Heath as a place where land and sky meet, where future and past coexist in an uneasy truce, where nature transcends the human presence. The light and landscape here can haunt and beguile -- it is an endless source of inspiration for him. It is also place with long agricultural traditions and a deep reverence for the land. He seeks to document and preserve the landscape, history and traditions in his art for future generations and those who have yet to discover this beautiful place. Frederick creates his highly-detailed realist artworks in a variety of traditional mediums: oils, egg tempera, pastel, watercolor, and ink. He explores different mediums as he continues to explore the land and sky.

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 3rd, 5-8pm, during Amherst Arts Night Plus

About Frederick Burrington:
Frederick has been fascinated by light and landscape since childhood. He has exhibited his work locally since 1984. He lives in Heath, with his wife Victoria, in the house his family has lived in for four generations.

Cover image: detail from "Stones", pastel, 2019