Seaside Paintings and More @ James Gregory Art Gallery

The James Gregory  Gallery on Rte. 202 in New Milford is featuring the work  of several of  their favorite artists, including Thomas Adkins who captures the beauty of “Spring, Meigs Point, Hammonasset, State Park”  in Connecticut, as seen below. This fine art gallery features the work of established and emerging regional and local artists. This spring the theme of the gallery seascapes. As Gregory says, “Art lovers and collectors have treasured seascapes for centuries, and for good reason. Landscape painting as a medium is like the universal language of art, unifying and satisfying, and spoken and understood by all. By adding the mystery and poetry of the water, seascapes elevate that language to a higher emotional plane.”

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Three prominent artists are featured. Thomas Adkins who divides his time between Connecticut and Maine and his friend, Jim Laurino also paints seascapes in Maine. Another featured artist is Christopher Magadini of Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y., who is considered one of the finest landscape and plein-air painters in the Northeast. Magadini also has a love for nautical themes. The work of Ralph Della-Volpe is also part of this show. His work reflects a strong emotional interpretation by taking a bold creative license with color in his landscapes and seascapes.

The gallery also offers a comprehensive framing service for fine art, heirlooms, posters, objects, needlework, mirrors, photos and garments. Restoration services are also available.

Contact gallery owner Gregory James Mullen at 860-354-3436 or by email at GregoryJamesG@aol.com for pricing or to plan a COVID-safe gallery visit to see the small but wonderful collection of seascapes.

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