The #VerandArt Project

INTRODUCING the NEW! #VerandArt PROJECT...
A Local Artist Outreach Program

To honor Ogunquit’s long-standing history as an artists’ colony and showcase the local artists in the community today, Clay Hill Farm is proud to announce the launch of our NEW! #VerandArt Project. Every 6-8 weeks a new artist will be featured at Clay Hill Farm and their collection hung in the Veranda Room. Each new collection will open with a Meet & Greet Artist Reception in the Veranda Room at Clay Hill Farm- public welcome. Be sure to join Clay Hill Farm's e-mail list- (click here) -to receive show details. Local artist, Amy Kelly, of Talespinstudio in Ogunquit is the curator of the project. "From the perspective of a 30 year reflection, it feels like a resurgence of what once was in the art community- an excitement is evolving that's noticable," says Kelly. "Art in these times is a healing salve that we can use every day- it's living in the solution, and we love being a part of it."    READ MORE

June 20th- August 8th
Matt Gunn

Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project   Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project   Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project   Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project

Matt Gunn grew up in Portsmouth, NH, and has lived all his life in the coastal New Hampshire and Southern Maine area -finding inspiration for his art through his extensive travels and time spent as a fireman, forester, fisherman, and landscape designer. It’s though the lens of a lifetime spent in keen observance of the world around him that Gunn produces his colorful folksy works.

Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project  Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project  

“I've simply always drawn and painted”, explains Gunn. “My mother studied art history in college and I grew up with the books. Now, as an adult, I've had the great good fortune to travel extensively and see much of that work in person. I suspect that, and the simple joy of painting, is why I've begun painting again.”

 


April 26th- June 12th, 2018
Rosalind Fedeli
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Studied :

  • Peter Nelson, Worcester, MA  1974 -1979
  • John Avakian, Worcester Art Museum School  1976 -1978
  • Maine College of Art, Portland, ME  1990 – 1992
  • Member :  Ogunquit Art Association  - Kittery Art Association

Exhibitions:

  • 100 Market St., Portsmouth, NH   2017, 2018
  • OAA Showcase w. Jayne Adams , Ogunquit, ME 2016
  • June Fitzpatrick Gallery – 10x10, Portland, ME 2014, 2015     

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Matt Gunn
Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project   Artist Matt Gunn at Clay Hill Farm- The #VerandArt Project

 

 

 

 

 

Rosalind Fedeli



"Most artists produce their art in a series … developing and fine tuning a theme or idea.  My work is dictated by the objects that I am able to find.  I frequent yard sales, flea markets, beaches, curbside rubbish barrels..."  -R. Fedeli

     

 

     "...I arrange these various items by color, texture, size and shape…organization is vital because 
      I want to put my hands on these articles quickly to begin my work."
-R. Fedeli

 

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