I went to this show this last weekend and was very impressed with the art exhibited. Go to fineartboston.com to see all the galleries that participated. It was a good night of art browsing of contemporary art to a million dollar piece by Renoir.
Ann and I donated this chair we painted for our town's Recreation Department in Walpole MA for an auction to raise money for the town's art studio, Studio East. It was a big success with many creative chairs from very talented local artists from Walpole and surrounding towns. The fun and special event was last Thursday on the 7th. Our piece was titled "Boston Strong" and found a good home.
It's been a while but I've been very busy painting and creating art, just haven't been blogging. I would like to share a couple of shows I'm in, though the art is very different from each other.
I was happy to be chosen to exhibit in the Mass Audubon’s Moose Hill Wildlife Gallery fall exhibit “Untamed" which will be on display till January 1st. I'm also in the 19th juried Fall exhibit at the Zullo Gallery with my piece "Marylin" on exhibit till November 9. I'm excited about my new medium, hamburger.
I also won 2nd place in the Oil/Acrylic category at the Foxboro Art Association member show for one of my Provincetown Dune pieces.
I'm also showing with the Neponset Valley Artists (what a bunch of nice people) at the Norwood Fine Artists' Gallery & Studio at Winsmith MILL Market.
And let's not forget about my demo for the Foxboro Art Association in January.
Polo is a painter, Illustrator, and a visual designer based in the Boston area. His painting is abstract expressionist to representational and inspired by nature. His illustrations are fun and whimsical.