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Odin Smith – MOMENT PAST

Artist Odin Smith, “Moment Past”, Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 48 inches Click here to view more works by Odin Smith

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Claudio Gasparini – WORKING THE WHEAT

Artist Claudio Gasparini, “Working the Wheat”, Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches Click here to view more works by Claudio Gasparini

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William R. Davis – WAITING FOR THE TIDE

Artist William R. Davis, “Waiting for the Tide”, Oil on board, 8 x 6 inches Click here to view more works by William R. Davis

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Jason Eldredge – JOURNEY TO SOLITUDE

Artist Jason Eldredge, “Journey to Solitude”, Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 inches Click here to view more works by Jason Eldredge

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Alejandro Carreno – SADNESS II

ñ Artist Alejandro Carreño, “Sadness II”, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 inches Click here to view more works by Alejandro Carreño

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Julie Gifford – A WALK IN THE BOGS

Artist Julie Gifford, “A Walk in the Bog’s”, Oil on linen, 18 x 24 inches Click here to view more works by Julie Gifford

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Kay Ritter – A FEW MEMBERS OF THE CORVID FAMILY

Artist Kay Ritter, “A Few Members of the Corvid Family”, oil on linen, 24 x 30 inches click here to view more works by Kay Ritter

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Sam Barber – CENTERVILLE RIVER SUNSET

Artist Sam Barber, “Centerville River Sunset”, oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches Click here to view more works by Sam Barber

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Jim Freeheart – QUIET MOMENT AT COTUIT TOWN DOCK

Artist Jim Freeheart, “Quiet Moment at Cotuit Town Dock”, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 36 inches Click here to view more works by Jim Freeheart

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Susan O’Brien McLean – JUNE MEADOW

Artist Susan O’Brien McLean, “June Meadow”, oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches Click here to view more works by Susan O’Brien McLean Susan O’Brien McLean – JUNE MEADOW

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Jill Bates – LOON LOVE

Jill Bates, “Loon Love “, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches Click here to view more works by Jill Bates Jill Bates – Loon Love

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Carole Chisholm Garvey – IN VINO VERITAS

Artist Carole Chisholm Garvey, PSA “In Vino Veritas “, Pastel on paper, 17 x 13.5 inches click here to view more works by Carole Chisholm Garvey, PSA

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Julie Gifford – BEACH PATH

Artist Julie Gifford, “Beach Path “, oil on linen, 18 x 24 inches click here to view more works by Julie Gifford

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Mary Moquin – NEW BEGINNINGS

Artist Mary Moquin, “New Beginnings “, oil on panel, 25 x 27 inches click here to view more works by Mary Moquin 

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Lillia Frantin – STILL LIFE WITH PANSIES AND GERANIUMS

Artist Lillia Frantin, “Still Life with Pansies and Geraniums”, oil on canvas, 30 x 30 inches click here to view more works by Lillia Frantin 

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Kenneth Evans – DAYBREAK

Artist Kenneth M Evans, “Daybreak”, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches See more work by Kenneth M Evans

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Kevin King – THEO-LOGIC ENTROPY THEORY

Artist Kevin King, “Theo-Logic Entropy Theory”, mixed media and oil on panel, 30 x 40 inches See more work by Kevin King

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Karen Crocker – MARSH OVERVIEW

Artist Karen Crocker, “Marsh Overlook”, Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches See more work by Karen Crocker

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Odin Smith – PERFECTLY HAPPY II

Artist Odin Smith, “Perfectly Happy II”, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 48 inches See more work by Odin Smith

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William Davis – CAT BOATS RACING

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Jason Eldredge – COMMERCIAL STREET

Jason Eldredge, “Commercial Street”, oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches See more work by Jason Eldredge

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Peter Coes – BACK FOR THE SUMMER

The inspiration for the painting “Back for the Summer” came from the neighborhood we first lived in after moving to the Cape. There were several seasonal houses close by. I enjoyed the rituals these houses went through during the year. In the fall families would close up, draining the pipes,…

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Sam Barber – STILL LIFE BY WINDOW HYANNISPORT

The inspiration for this painting came from the turquoise studio, one of Sam’s favorite rooms, in his Hyannisport home. Facing south and always infused with sunlight, the happy array of colors in the window took on a pure luminosity.   See more work by Sam Barber Sam Barber – STILL…

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Susan O’Brien McLean – SAILING IN THE BAY

-Susan O’Brien McLean When she lived in England, Susan O’Brien McLean painted cricket matches, English country gardens and picnics by quiet streams. Since living in Osterville, her subjects are children playing by the sea and landscapes depicting the beauty of Cape Cod. She also likes to paint still lifes and…

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Jill Bates – WATER MUSIC

  Jill Bates – I grew up on the water. It has been my entertainment and my muse. We are, each of us, composed of water, For me it is a living thing full of living things. It has rhythm and strength. Water does not resist. Water flows. When you…

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Ken Evans – DAYBREAK

  Work of the Week In “Daybreak” early morning walkers enjoy the view at that magical moment when night becomes day. A local Cape Cod beach scene captured at the point of maximum contrast of color, light and dark. Ken Evans, the artist, has a bank of memorized images from…

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Carole Chisholm Garvey – FOGGY MORNING

Work of the Week Carole Garvey can’t recall the location – though she’s sure it was on the Cape. What she remembers is the feeling of being caught up in “the softness and the glow,” she says. “It was early morning – I remember the sun coming up. It was…

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Mary Moquin STILL WAITING

Mary Moquin, STILL WAITING, oil and collage on panel, 34.5 x 36 inches (36 x 37.5 framed), $3,200 Work of the Week   Probably most artists have had the experience of seeing an earlier work and wishing they could get a do-over. Barnstable village artist Mary Moquin had that opportunity with…

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Kay Ritter, TULIPS AND WATERMELON

Kay Ritter, TULIPS AND WATERMELON, oil on linen, 20 x 24 inches (25.5 x 29.5 framed), $5,500   Last year, Kay Ritter was about to paint one of her quirky narrative pieces when the owner of her previous gallery asked if she’d mind doing something more traditional. Ritter agreed, thinking…

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Theodore Ladd, TROUBLE ON THE MIDWAY

Theodore Ladd, TROUBLE ON THE MIDWAY, acrylic on board, 8 x 8 inches (11.5 x 11.5 framed), $1,200 Theodore Ladd and his wife, Becky, try to go to the Barnstable County Fair every summer. “We ride a couple of rides and eat fried dough and act like kids,” he says.…

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Work of the Week – HOLY MACKEREL #3

Kevin King, HOLY MACKEREL #3, mackerel ash and oil pigment on panel, 14.75 x 18 inches (26 x 28 framed), $2,200 Fish have played a significant role in North Falmouth artist Kevin King’s life. Growing up, he spent much of his free time fishing the lakes and streams in the…

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Work of the Week – Karen Crocker, DARK WATER

Karen Crocker, DARK WATER, oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches (gallery wrap), $1,900 Cape Cod native Karen Crocker doesn’t usually paint on location, but she did begin “Dark Water” while painting live for the Cahoon Museum of American Art’s annual Great Brush Off in Cotuit. She set up at…

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Work of the Week – Susan O’Brien McLean, DAISIES WITH ANTIQUE BOWLS

Susan O’Brien McLean, DAISIES WITH ANTIQUE BOWLS, oil on board, 10 x 8 inches (15.5 x 13.5 inches framed), $600 Loves me … loves me not … loves me … It’s clear just from looking at “Daisies with Antique Bowls” that the artist loves and treasures the simple objects in…

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Work of the Week-Odin Smith, SHALLOW RIVERS

Odin Smith, SHALLOW RIVERS, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 48 inches (26 x 50 inches framed), $4,100 When Odin Smith paints water — as she does often — it’s usually some aspect of the coastline along her native Cape Cod. With “Shallow Rivers,” however, the scene is in Woodstock, New…

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Work of the Week – William R. Davis, DAY’S END

William R. Davis, DAY’S END, oil on panel, 9 x 11 3/4 inches (12 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches framed), $5,000 William R. Davis has built his highly successful career around emulating the styles and techniques of 19th-century American marine and landscape artists while following his own vision: It’s almost…

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Work of the Week – Jason Eldredge, GALWAY, IRELAND

Jason Eldredge, GALWAY, IRELAND, oil on canvas, 31 x 37.5 inches framed, $2,600 While on a trip to Ireland with his family last year, Cotuit artist Jason Eldredge found time to sit and sketch at an outdoor cafe on a corner in Galway. With an abundance of street performers, somewhat…

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Work of the week – Peter Coes, SHE LIT A CANDLE AT TWILIGHT

Peter Coes, SHE LIT A CANDLE AT TWILIGHT, acrylic on panel, 37 x 46 inches (including a frame made by the artist), $5,000 Like most of Cummaquid artist Peter Coes’ paintings, “She Lit a Candle at Twilight” suggests a story without really spelling it out. Although there’s no person in…

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Sam Barber, SWAN BOATS, BOSTON PUBLIC GARDEN

Sam Barber, SWAN BOATS, BOSTON PUBLIC GARDEN, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 inches unframed, 55 x 44.5 inches framed, price upon request Impressionist painter Sam Barber took his children to ride the swan boats in Boston Public Garden when they were small. But he’s often returned to them as…

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Work of the Week – Carole Chisholm Garvey, RIVER SUNSET

Carole Chisholm Garvey, RIVER SUNSET, pastel on paper, 11.75 x 23.75 inches unframed, 21 x 32.75 inches framed, $3,500 Drivers between Osterville and Centerville often slow down when crossing the Main Street/South Main Street bridge between the two villages. Looking south there’s the Centerville River and Long Beach with Centerville…

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Work of the week – Jill Bates, A DAY AT THE BEACH

Jill Bates, A DAY AT THE BEACH, oil on canvas, 20 x 20 inches unframed, $1,000 Though some boaters may have less flattering names for them, the five birds in Jill Bates’ “A Day at the Beach” are double-crested cormorants. “It’s the bird everyone hates because they poop on the…

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Work of the week – Kay Ritter, MAGNUM OPUS

Kay Ritter, MAGNUM OPUS, oil on linen, 16 x 20 (framed), $4,500   Did you think squirrels spend all their creative energy trying to figure out how to raid bird feeders? With “Magnum Opus,” Rhode Island artist Kay Ritter imagines quite otherwise. But her idea for the painting didn’t start…

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Work of the week – Jim Freeheart, COTUIT FOURTH OF JULY

 Jim Freeheart, COTUIT FOURTH OF JULY, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 40 (image), $3,600   Dancing with light and color, Jim Freeheart’s painting “Cotuit Fourth of July” is not only full of life, it’s painted from life. The artist – who has summered in Cotuit for much of his life…

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Work of the Week – Mary Moquin, INSEPARABLE

Mary Moquin, INSEPARABLE, oil and collage on panel, 37.5 x 45.5 (framed), $3,200   “Inseparable” is the largest of several paintings from Mary Moquin’s series of Sandy Neck cottage paintings on view at Chapman Art Gallery. “I have spent many hours, over many years, closely observing and meditating on the…

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