We are in the last week of Nancy Perry’s excellent Artist of the Month exhibit. If you have not stopped in make sure you do! Nancy is a lifelong Easthampton resident. She explores art in many different medias: painting with oils, acrylics, pastels, charcoals, and watercolors as well as fused glass, flamework beads, wood carving, metals, jewelry design, and porcelain.
Nancy is also a member of the Easthampton Arts Appreciation Guild, Easthampton City Arts, Holyoke League of Arts and Crafts, Agawam Community Artists and Artisans as well as the Lyme Art Association. We are very excited to have her exhibit in the library. Her work will be on display beginning TODAY. Come by and check it out!
One of the neat things about Nancy’s exhibit is her painting entitled “Robert Strong Woodward’s Window,” the library has two paintings by Robert Strong Woodward including a painting of the view from his artist studio. Stop in this week and check out Nancy’s work and our Woodward’s paints!
“Robert Strong Woodward’s Window” View from Robert Strong Woodward’s studio by Nancy Perry by Robert Strong Woodward
Born and raised in Manhattan Ms. Caffall grew up immersed in the exhibits of
New York’s greatest museums, playing in the world of Egyptian pharaohs to
tilting with medieval knights at the Metropolitan to wondering at the
immensity of the Turner skies at the Frick and the world of modern art at
MOMA and the Guggenheim.
Since 2012 Ms. Caffall has shown her work in group shows with the EAG at the
Easthampton Lathrop Community and Cooley-Dickinson Hospital. She has
participated in the Small Works shows at the Easthampton Community Arts Plus
and at the Plein Air competition at the Nash Gallery, sponsored by the ECA+,
annually. In July 2013 she was in a 3 women show at the Easthampton Lathrop
Community and two group shows with the EAG at Lathrop in 2013 and 2014.
Her watercolor paintings are an amalgam of her unexpectedly varied life
experiences which spans living in environments from urban New York to the
rural Berkshires, to the small towns, farmlands and 5 Colleges of the
Pioneer Valley, to the Connecticut shores along the Long Island Sound, to
the Atlantic shores of Cape Cod and the Maine coast near Booth Bay,
Southport and Monhegan Island.