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Patrick is a master painter and is an award-winning aritst.
He studied at Vesper George School of Art where he was
taught by Boston School Painters and instructors at the time,
John Terelak, Robert Douglas Hunter, Robert Comier, Paul Rahilly.

He studied studio and plien air, privately with with John Terelak in his
hometown Rockport, MA. Patrick's style is contemporary realism
with strong painterly qualities. As a traditional realist painter,
He has a fascination with light, both natural and artificial and its
effects it has on many of his city subjects. His nocturnes may
owe a nod to Edward Hopper in feeling. He is a member of the
Copley Society of Boston where in 2004 received the Sagendorph
Award for excellence in Realism. He won the Roddy award for his
Mid Summer's Eve oil painting at Concord Art Association. Patrick
has been a participant in the annual regional painting competition
at The Boston Artist Guild for the past four years. The painting
Neighbors, oil on canvas, was chosen by the Cahoon Museum
of American Art, Cotuit, MA, in 2010 for an exhibition on how
American artists of the past and present have used the window.

Patrick is hard working, disciplined and strives to be a master of
capturing an amazing light in his paintings. His work has been
collected by the Langham Hotel and has been mentioned in
the Beacon Hill Times, the Boston Globe and In 2004 published
by the International Artists Publishing Inc. His work is Collected
nationally and internationally, many have said that his cityscapes
and scenarios capture a romantic nostalgic feeling and a true
sense of Boston. Magnificent color and technique are visible
throughout his work.










Anne's work reflects brilliant colors with subtle and smooth transitions of color and Islamic geometric patterns.

She is a graduate from Rhode Island School of Design | RISD, She loves working with students of all ages helping them develop skills, and new ways of looking at things. Her goal as a teacher is to guide and support students to believe in themselves, so that they can learn and grow from their own unique strengths.










Bill was not a fulltime painter, however worked as an art director and a graphic designer for many years.

In 1991, after the success of his first one-man show, he realized his dream and made the switch from advertising to painting.

He shared "All along I felt that art chose me, and not the other way around
It may sound like a cliche but it really has given me a way to express my inner feelings and emotions."

More than anything Bill painted the brightest and purest notes in color,
as if the entire personality of the painting could be found in a single brush stroke.

CRYSTAL | OIL ON CANVAS 48 X 36 | $3000