New Spring Colors and Findings

by C.Kidder on February 12, 2017

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THINK SPRING!!

Spending a very white and snowy afternoon in my Studio using colorful beads to make new jewelry to take up to Valerie’s Gallery in Newburyport valeriesgalleries.com

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Workshop at “The Art Room” in Topsfield, Ma.

by C.Kidder on January 17, 2017

 

I will be teaching a Workshop at the ArtRoom in Topsfield, Ma. in March 2017…Learn the basics and have fun expressing your creative self on canvas! 

 

OIL PAINTING WORKSHOP WITH COLLEEN KIDDER…The ArtRoom .

 

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March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd
Thursdays, 9:30 – 12:00, $160

This workshop will focus on approaching composition with simplified design by applying paint with an emphasis on creativity and individual expression. Techniques will be demonstrated such as color mixing and using different brushes to achieve a sense of emotion in a painting. Supply list will be provided.

Register on our website here

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Valerie's Gallery Newburyport, Ma.

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Late Autumn Painting…8×8 Oil

by C.Kidder on November 21, 2016

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13 Annual Crane Estate Art Show&Sale

by C.Kidder on November 5, 2016

Beautiful weekend to be at the Crane Estate in Ipswich ! This is the 13 year that I’ve participated in the Show!

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Hope that you got to the beach before the crowds! But if you didn’t get in… this Beach is available at Valerie’s Gallery in Newburyport , Ma.  …. Enjoy!  www.valeriesgalleries.com

Coming In…16×16 Oil Painting  C. Kidder

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Beach Memories…

June 16, 2016

Going through my files I found this Gouache that I did about 10 years ago! It makes me want to get my Gouache paints out and go to the beach 🎨☀️🏖  

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Painting the Sunrise over the Marsh …

February 1, 2016

    “It was on that road and at that hour that I first became aware of my own self , experienced an expressible state of grace,and felt one with the first breath of air that stirred , the first bird, and the sun so newly born that it looked not quite round.”     […]

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