MODERN exhibit, through August. Works by Gallery artists John Schmidtberger, Corinne Lalin, Ellen Sapienza and the late Dick De Groot 1920-2019. Plus Frenchtown native Eric Sutphin and mysterious Chicago Imagist Fred Schulz.
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John and Corinne are on a month-long painting trip to mid-coast Maine. Here are a few of the paintings so far, finished and in progress.
Dan Fenelon presents new paintings during the month of June.
Show Dates: June 1-July 7.
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 7, 6-8PM.
Gallery Hours: Thursday 11-8, Friday Saturday Sunday 1-8.
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“Canal Light” oil on canvas, 54″x42″ by John Schmidtberger
“Favorite Things” is the current show at SFA, featuring hyper-local oil paintings by John Schmidtberger and color studies, sketches, and encaustic paintings by Corinne Lalin. An Opening Celebration will be held on Saturday, May 18 from 5-7PM. Come Join us! “Favorite things” runs through May 29.
“Big Wind on the Milford Bridge” oil on panel, 12″x16″ by John Schmidtberger
“Interior/Exterior” is an exhibition of new paintings by local artists Emily Thompson and George Thompson. This show runs through April 28. A celebration is planned for the artists on opening night, Saturday April 6, from 5-7pm. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Interior/Exterior features a wide range of recent work such as tonal landscapes, abstractions, interiors and ceramics by George and urban and roadside architecture and signage by Emily. This show celebrates untraditional beauty and will make the viewer take a second look at things that they may have passed by – and to realize that they are surrounded by beauty even if it’s just a sink, a chair or an old sign.
Emily and George work together in the same studio and although they work individually, they influence each other by sharing the same passion for their subject matter. Both are nationally recognized, award-winning artists. Emily received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School Of Visual Arts in New York and George received his Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute.