Come see Young Impressions, an exhibit celebrating the spirit of the Lyme Art Association’s founding artists!
On view at the Lyme Art Association August 7 – 29 and at the Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library in September.
Eleanor Bender, “The Most Adorable Dog”, watercolor and ink
Elliott Brandl, “Elliott’s Betterflies”, watercolor
Zoey Dowd, “Congregational Church”, pencil
A. Cordsen Enman, “Moonlit Ocean”, arylic
Elijah Favello, “Old Lyme Farm with Horses”, colored pencil, marker and watercolor
Adian Franco, “God Bless America”, craypas
Hoshena Gemme, “Duck”, acrylic
Janna Graves, “Sunday in Stonington”, watercolor
Isabella Guiliano, “Untitled”, acrylic and embroidery thread
Alice Han, “Cool Vermont Summer”, watercolor
Celia LaConti, “Beach Scene”, acrylic
Jack Lovejoy, “An Artist and a General’s Terraces”, pencil, ink pen and watercolor
Juul Parrott, “A Mountain Path”, watercolor
Quin Parrott, “The Bridge”, crayons
Eleanora Peterson, “The Happy Blue Ocean”, acrylic
Sloane Sapia, “Sloane’s Rainbow”, markers
Addison Sapia, “Untitled”, acrylic
Addison Sapia, “Old Lyme Tree”, acrylic
Teddy Schaaf, “The Church on a Sunny Day”, oil pastel
Teddy Schaaf, “Church with Trees”, oil pastel
Turner Schaaf, “Church Sunset”, tempra and oil pastel
Sophia Sequin, “Thursday”, acrylic
Sidney Silverman, “Home”, colored pencil
Elliot Silverman, “Swordfish”, colored pencil
Elke Zigmont, “Homage to Matilda Browne”, oil
This year the Lyme Art Association is celebrating the 100th anniversary of our historic gallery. We asked young artists to look back at the work of the original art colony for inspiration. Landscapes, gardens, mountain laurels in bloom, bridges, rivers, porch scenes, portraits … these were all great subjects for this show!
Our young artists were invited to create paintings are drawings inspired by the work of the Lyme Art Colony. Some of them found ideas by looking through a gallery on our website of works by our founding artists, as well as galleries of works by contemporary LAA artists. Others painted or drew outside – en plein air – like many of the founding artists did. There are some wonderful local places for outside art!