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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Ann Getsinger

Ann Getsinger


Paier School of Art, New Haven, CT 1975, 1976

San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA 1979

Artist, Sheldon Fink, Alford, MA 1980


First Prize, Landscape- Images From The Field. HVAL, Sheffield, MA 2010

Award- Artist Designed Garden Gates. The Norman Rockwell Museum, Glendale, MA 2009

Honorable Mention-Housatonic River Summer. The Norman Rockwell Museum, Glendale, MA 2004

The Artist's Resource Trust Grant-The Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Great Barrington, MA 1998

Award of Distinction- The American Academy of Equine Artists. Lexington, KY 1995

Terry Wise

Terry Wise

"My paintings hover somewhere between reality and fantasy.
Still life remains my favorite, though not only, genre. My love of textiles, and training as a textile designer, is often apparent, especially in my use of block printed repeat patterns throughout my paintings as a means of creating texture and warmth and depth of color.

There is so much in our contemporary world to make us feel terrible, and yet there is so much beauty, as well. I want my paintings to make me and all viewers feel some joy."

Terry Wise - HeadshotTerry Wise
Stockbridge, MA October 2011

CP Wyatt - Christina Wyatt

CP Wyatt - Christina Wyatt

"Florida is my native home. After growing up in Miami I lived for four wonderful years in Caribou Maine beginning my formal education in fine art at the University of Maine at Presque Isle. I then relocated to Richmond Virginia. It was there where I raised my son while earning my BFA in Painting and Printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Fine Art.Later,I returned to South Florida to live and work full time on my art.

My paintings are my poetry. They are inspired by grace found in the natural world and by the reverence inherent in the sanctuary of peace. I take refuge in the making of my's my intention to create for the viewer a connection to that place "Where dreams live and poets speak"."

Peace to you.

CP Wyatt


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