A bright collection of original watercolor paintings is featured in July at the William Pinney Gallery of the Kent Memorial Library in Suffield. Featured is the work of Art Scholz of Tolland, an award-winning artist, whose work is found in several galleries and private collections.
The vivid images found here will include portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. Art Scholz’ work reflects his lifelong devotion to his craft. He is a retired commercial artist and designer of work for book publishers and ad agencies found in New York City.
Active in the local art community, often referred to as “The Wizard of Watercolor,” he provides demonstrations, critiques, and judging for local art groups. In addition, he offers private lessons in his home studio. His work is often found in shows throughout our area, and may be found online at “Fine Art America.”
The show, sponsored by the Suffield Arts Council, is the first since March of 2020, when the Library was closed, due to COVID 19. It Is available for viewing by the general public during Library operating hours. A “Meet The Artist” reception is scheduled for Thursday, July 8, from 5 – 7 p.m.
This exhibit is made possible through the joint efforts of the Suffield Arts Council, Mr. Art Scholz, and the Kent Memorial Library staff.