Saturday 8-Noon at locations around town by water’s edge and 4-6 at Addison Gallery (4, 11, and 25)
Artists from Cape Cod and beyond will be painting at waterside sites around Orleans including Rock Harbor (11), Little Pleasant Bay at Paw Wah Landing (4) and Tonset Landing.
- Pam Atkins – Rock Harbor
- Donald Bachman – Tonset Landing
- Linda Beach – Rock Harbor
- Maryalice Eizenberg – Rock Harbor
- Barbara Hageman – PaWa Pond
- Catherine Hess – Rock Harbor
- James Reynolds – Rock Harbor
- Paul Schulenburg – End of Tonset Road
- Amy Sanders will demonstrate at the gallery
Their wet paintings will be brought to the Addison Art Gallery for an exhibition and reception from 4 to 6 pm.
Watch award-winning painters as they create work inspired by the shores of Orleans. En plein air, French for “open air,” describes paintings created outdoors. French Impressionists, including Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, advocated en plein air painting. Charles Webster Hawthorne, who started the art colony in Provincetown, came to Cape Cod to teach painting en plein air. The public is invited to come and watch as adults and children alike are enthralled by seeing a painting move from a sketch to a finished piece, and delighted to meet accomplished artists all around town.
Addison Art Gallery
Designated Cape Cod’s Best Gallery by Cape Cod Magazine, the internationally respected Addison Art Gallery is widely known for representing the region’s most popular artists, bringing exceptional emerging artists to the market, offering collectors a plethora of opportunities to get to know artists, and generously supporting numerous community, charitable and environmental organizations. This fine art gallery represents artists from across the United States, Mexico and France, and is home to many of the most sought-after Cape Cod artists. Housed in a charming Cape house overlooking Orleans Town Cove, the welcoming gallery provides a comfortable environment for viewing art worth collecting.
The Addison Art Gallery, often praised for its ingenious exhibitions and events, has collaborated with the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Provincetown Art Association & Museum, Truro, Wellfleet and Eastham libraries, Cape Cod Hospital, Truro Historical Society, Orleans Conservation Trust, Orleans Improvement Association, Orleans Pond Coalition, and Henry Beston Society. The gallery was also chosen as the Cape Cod National Seashore’s dedicated art partner for the 50th anniversary of the Seashore as well as the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.
43 South Orleans Road (Route 28), Orleans 508.255.6200 addisonart.com