Fine Art | Cityscapes | Impressionist | Original Oil Paintings

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Both artists have been showing and exhibiting their work together for almost 20 years and have contributed donations to the Children's Hospital through the sales
of their paintings at the Inn at Longwood, where they exhibited for a few years during the time Zoe volunteered art classes with cancer patients at the
Children's Hospital. She also volunteered teaching art classes with ABCD senior citizens.

Today Zoe provides drawing and watercolor instructions at the hidden art gallery.

She is proprietor of A La Carte Massage and The Hidden Art Gallery.



Zoe is a self taught and sat in various art classes and groups with master painter Sam Vokey and the belated Bill St. George.

She’s been painting contemporary oils on canvas for the last 16 years and previously started as a hobby in her teen years and high school.

She loves to paint plien air and indulges in the use of color to represent nature, rich in context, color and imagery. The abundance of color carries a strong energy in her impressionist style of painting.

Her paintings convey the vibrant energy she holds within her spirit through the use of light, movement, color, peaceful, tranquil mood setting and self expression.

Zoe graduated from Umass Boston with Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and holds a graphic design certificate from Mass College of Art where she’s also studied art history and painting.

Many moons ago, Zoe had been a potrait art model for Master Painters at the school of Museum of fine art, Robert Comier, Robert Douglas Hunter at the Fenway art studios.




Patrick is a master painter and 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 work 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. His 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.
He 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.