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Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
My student Nolan with his floral painting from last Friday's acrylic class at the Hadley Michaels. Also, I painted a small watercolor Sunday from my old photo of an ocean scene.
Posted by Richard Nowak Fine Art at 9:39 AM
Friday, February 23, 2018
Monday, February 19, 2018
I just sold "Little River Autumn Colors" (12" x 16" version) to a volunteer at the Westfield Creative Arts (Rinnova Bldg, Westfield). I have a large 22" x 28" version and an oil study 6" x 8" still available. All are pictured below.
|12" x 16" Version (sold)|
|22" x 28" Version (available with gold frame)|
|Study Version, 6" x 8" (available)|
Posted by Richard Nowak Fine Art at 10:00 AM
Monday, February 12, 2018
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Last night at my Westfield Creative Arts Acrylic Painting Class there were four of my regular students. All had a fantastic time and did great! Phyllis is continuing to work on her Martha's Vineyard Edgartown streetscape. Very realistic! Kathy brought in 3 panels and she finished them off with highlights and tweeks! All three could stand alone as seperate paintings or go as a set of 3! Very atmospheric and dramatic! Gloria started a floral painting and Scott started an autumn landscape of Mt. Tom reflecting it fall colors in the CT River. All had a great time!
Posted by Richard Nowak Fine Art at 10:51 AM
Monday, February 5, 2018
Last night at my West Springfield Michaels' Acrylic Painting Workshop there were three brand new students. Kelly and her two grandchildren Alexa and Charley. Didn't they do great with their first ever seascape painting!! What a great thing for a grandmother to do with her grandchildren to spend quality time with them painting!
Posted by Richard Nowak Fine Art at 9:35 AM