Keene Artists

Studio #5



     

Molly Fletcher, Oil painter
273 Washington St., Keene, NH

mollyfletcherart.com

Molly Fletcher's work both satirizes and celebrates stereotypical New England lifestyle through the use of portraiture, narrative scenarios and pattern.



Studio #11
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Sue Doyle, colored pencil
119 Stearns Rd, Keene, NH
The play of one color upon another with colored pencil, gives depth and vibrancy that intrigue me.  I enjoy seeing a drawing "grow" as I work on it.
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Studio # 12 (2 artists)

 
Jim Murphy, painter
19 Shadow Lane, Keene, NH
Guest artist: Emily Murphy, potter

http://murphyarts.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Paintings-by-Jim-Murphy-84308569286/



Studio # 16 (2 artists)

   
1. Marylise Reilly-Fajal, painter
23 Allen Court, Keene, NH
www.marylisefajal.com

Marylise enjoys painting “Plein-Air” watercolors of Conservation Land in New Hampshire, nature scenes, gardens and still life. She also enjoys painting in oils, with a warm and luminous palette.



   
2. Carol, Corliss, Pastel painter
23 Allen Court, Keene, NH
www.carolcorlissfineart.com
www.facebook.com/carolcorlissart
"I love to paint, because I paint what I love."
The subjects I paint are places and things that are close to my heart.  I want people viewing my work to feel that they can step into my landscape paintings or run their fingers through the fur in one of my pet portraits.
 "Let the beauty of what you love be what you do."   ::: Rumi



Studio # 21



Carmela Azzaro, painting
105 Gunn Road, Keene, NH
We, as artists, all have our personal "process" for making art.  While I look to Nature as inspiration, my goal is to capture a special moment in time. Sometimes it is simply light and color that seem to play their way across my canvas; at other times it is the strength of rocks and trees; the rage of crashing surf or the gentle meandering of water. My emotional response to my environment is what gives me the passion to create.  It is the point when time stands still for me.
I, purposefully, do not give you too much information. I hope the viewer will bring to the painting their interpretation of what they are seeing.