Second Friday Artwalk–open studio event at Marji Greenhut’s studio

Last night was the second Friday ARTWALK in Brunswick when artists open their studios to the public and galleries are open from 5 to 8 pm.  I displayed my work in oils, acrylic and collage from February through the summer.  I tacked my series of studies from the Androscoggin River looking out the studio windows.  These images depict the river from late winter through summer.  I also had my summer flower paintings on display.  Some visitors commented on the color in the still life images and many responded positively to my work in landscape collage.

I had about thirty visitors to the studio over the course of the evening.  They looked around at the work, snacked on the goodies I provided, and exclaimed over the roiling murky Androscoggin.  We’d had torrential rains that finally eased up in late afternoon and the river was flowing a murky brown, furious torrent.  Many visitors were mesmerized by the river view.    I was visited by ARTWALK man, a very cool young superhero donning his mask and cape.  Regretfully, I left my camera at home.

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