William Gotha has a painting of 61 Pine Street chosen for the annual juried art exhibit sponsored by the Guild of Boston Artists on Newbury Street, Boston, MA. Mr. Gotha is one of 33 artists selected from a field of 279 who submitted work. “McWain Hill Birches I”, is the first in a series of paintings he has completed at a favorite rural setting in Maine. It depicts enormous birch trees that rim a picturesque high pasture near the small historic town of Waterford, ME. The painting measures 20” x 30”, and is executed in oil paint on Belgian linen. Recently, Mr. Gotha has been invited to participate in several prestigious art exhibits, including the Cape Cod Art Association’s 2016 and 2017 National Exhibits and Oil Painters of America’s 2017 National Exhibit. Earlier this year, Mr. Gotha had two paintings in a juried art exhibit sponsored by the Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell, MA. Also in Lowell, Mr. Gotha participates in ArtUp, a cooperative online gallery that supports the Lowell Community Health Center. After selling his international marketing company in 2010, Mr. Gotha has devoted his energies to his art career. He specializes in landscapes and seascapes and travels extensively throughout New England looking for locations for his paintings. Mr. Gotha’s work can be found at Studio 8 Gallery in Newburyport, and the Nantucket Folk Art Gallery. He also exhibits with art associations in Lowell, Concord, Barnstable, Gloucester, and Rockport, MA and Portsmouth, NH. Opening reception for the exhibit will be at the Guild’s 162 Newbury Street location on September 9, 3-5 PM. The exhibit runs through September 27.
Elizabeth D’Amico currently showcases work in the following venues: Annual Juried Summer Exhibition at AVA Gallery & Art Center in Lebanon, NH from July 14 – August 23. Juried Regional Exhibition at the Library Arts Center in Newport, NH from August 12 – September 29.
Kim Meuse will be on display at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce during September and October. The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit can also be seen on Saturdays when a galley sitter is available. The location is 49 South Main Street, Suite 104, Concord. Recently announced as the winner of the NE Watercolor Society award from the Guild of Boston Artists Regional show that is now up on Newbury Street in Boston.
Douglas Taylor is showing a number of oil paintings and mixed media pieces in the main dining room at The Front Porch, located on Shore Road in the center of Ogunquit, Maine. The exhibit of his landscapes and ocean-themed works will continue at least through the end of September.