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Elected Artist Hollis Dunlap describing his process.

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2022

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October 13, 2022 - Presenter: Judy Perry

The Art of Healing

About the Artist: “My formal training began more than 40 years ago studying Fine Art and Special Education at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Upon moving to Old Saybrook, Connecticut in 1996 I began painting professionally, building my reputation as a working artist focusing on emotional paintings of faces. See example, Lillian. A near fatal head-on automobile collision with a drunk driver in 2009 left me with an uncertain future. Among my numerous injuries was a traumatic brain injury that included memory loss, impacting my painting abilities. Art therapy became part of my rehabilitation program and during this talk I will share how art has healed me in many ways. See example All In Pieces.” – Judy Perry

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July 14, 2022 - Presenter: Marek Sarba

Art of the Sea

Marek Sarba discussed his maritime artwork, including his piece, “And the Band Played On,” his painting in homage to the Titanic.

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March 2022 - Presenter: Bob Potter

The Art of America: How Great American Artists Revealed A New Country and Its People

2021

December 2, 2021 - Presenter: Polly Seip

Nocturnes

November 18, 2021 - Presenter: Jim Laurino

Plein Air – The Artists View

October 14, 2021 - Presenter: Rick Daskam

Monhegan Island and the Treetop Gang

September 30, 2021: Presenter - Zufar Bikbov

The Golden Age of Russian Art

Zufar gives an overview of the  Golden Age of Russian art, which peaked in the second half of the 19th century with a movement called the Wanderers, and provided a foundation for Russian Impressionism of the 20th century during Soviet time, as well as the overall Russian school of painting

September 2, 2021: Presenter - Barbara Lussier

Artist on the Farm