deb clarke represents at The Sargent House Museum! Sunday 7/17.
Spent a white hot afternoon working in the gardens of The Sargent House Museum in beautiful downtown Gloucester yesterday. 2 reverse glass paintings in process, 2 drawings. a ton of photos. the newly painted blue chairs and tables interest me. I will go back later in the summer for another afternoon of painting. The fish painting is not what I worked on (it is from 1995), it was there as an example of a finished verre eglomise. will post pics later of what i did, and need to finish.
The Sunday series of "Here & Now" under the direction of Kate Laurel MacIntosh is a 'revitalization' project to draw interest to this historic house, the one time home of Judith Sargent Murray. Stop by and chat with the artists working on Sunday afternoons in the garden and get $2 off admission to the museum; pay $8 instead of $10. the museum is raising funds to re-place the Main Street fence with a fence more in keeping with the house. here's the link to The Sargent House Museum. the homepage is breathtakingly beautiful. If you are an artist and would like to work in the gardens this summer, contact Kate Laurel MacIntosh at the museum.
ps: if you work in the gardens on a bright sunny day, bring a hat, sunscreen, and an umbrella. there is no afternoon shade. i hid in the bushes from time-to-time to escape the sun.