Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Lobster with Brioche, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches, 2009
If you are in Stonington, Maine I hope you will stop in and see
Consider the Lobster
The gWatson Gallery is presenting a group exhibition of new paintings entitled Consider the Lobster. Twenty-three artists, most of whom regularly exhibit in the Gallery, have created images inspired by Maine’s iconic crustacean.
The paintings range from the photo realism of Mark Workman to the abstractions of Robin Reynolds and Hannah Bureau. Pamela Parsons and Nancy Morgan Barnes contribute pictures of lobsters in their environment. Nancy Bea Miller and Alexandra Tyng prepare their lobsters on a plate. To the table, Joel Janowitz delivers six montotypes; and Jon Imber brings three small paintings. The exhibition celebrates the creativity of these twenty-three artists and salutes the men and women who sustain the area’s most important industry: lobster fishing. ~Stonington Galleries News
Consider the Lobster opens on Friday, June 26. A Celebration of artists and their lobster images will take place on Friday, July 3 from 4 to 7 PM.
68 Main Street
Stonington, Maine 04681
The full story on how I became acquainted with this lobster can be read here!