"Let There Be Light"
Through January 3, 2019
Join us for Artists Reception
Decemberr 15, 2018
Omni Parket House Boston
"The Parker House Boys"
23x22 Oil on Canvas, by Patrick Anderson
There are advantages living in the city of Boston. The change in season and its striking light around the city, which we paint throughout the season's moments. Its freshness with gardens, its gas lamps lit 24/7 and water sorroundings of the Boston Harbor and near by river views from various points of town. The light captured in the images have a big impact on nocturnes and daylight paitings.
"Bell Tower Melody"
Framed 26x32 Oil on Canvas, by Patrick Anderson
"Reflections of Styles
Monet & Hopper"
August - October
The light in New England, it’s sky and the coastal landscape have been attracting passersby for more than a century. The Modern American Painter, Edward Hopper, made his life and art here in the early part of the 20th century. “Oscar-Claude Monet (1840-1926) is a famous French painter and one of the founders of the Impressionism movement along with his friends Renoir, Sisley and Bazille. Monet rejected the traditional approach to landscapepainting and instead of copying old masters he had been learning from his friends and the nature itself.
Embracing the works of Edward Hopper’s and Monet‘s influence, the artists of today continue to celebrate and pursue Hopper’s journey and Monet's love for colour and nature, in their own unique styles.
Artists and collectors flock to the Hidden Art Gallery to see the paintings of Patrick and Zoe and swarm to the Museums all over the world to see the collections of Hopper and Monet.
Creative people in the arts learn from the masters and those who have gone before: while honoring their teachers, Anderson and Arguello have their own talent and experiences, to create something new.
Half a century after of Edward Hopper’s and Monet’s death, new generations continue to be inspired by their works and Anderson has been applauded by his aficionados and remark the astonishing similarities between him and Hopper's landscapes.
Zoe Arguello works has been credited as Monet’s "look alike", the impressionist brush strokes and intensity of color which hold a remarkable presence his paintings. She too is very much in tune with nature and enjoys florals and capturing water scenes and sail boats.
The Hidden Art Gallery invites the public to "Hopper and Monet, Look Alike” exhibition of artworks created by both contemporary artists inspired by Edward Hopper and Monet's master pieces.
Spring In Bloom
Fountain on Hidden Garden Path
Flowering Tree and Fruit
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DECEMBER 8 & 9
DECEMBER 15 & 16
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