WILLIAM THOMSON (March 16, 1931 - October 9, 2014)


His work runs the gambit: landscapes, cityscapes, interior and figurative works, in either acrylic, encaustic, egg tempera, oil or watercolor, most often in warm, rich, earth tones.

There is a power in his works which defies definition. Each, even the most abstract, is imbued with such a strong sense of emotion that it’s impossible not to feel moved. Bill works in all kinds of mediums from acrylic, encaustic, egg tempera, oil to watercolor but somehow they all tie together producing an amazing image. The discovery of how mediums operate, individually or in combination, is what drives this artist.

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“Small Gems” opening reception December 6th from 2 to 4pm

Darlou Gams Megan Howland Catherine Nash

Stake your claim during Holly Folly weekend AND beyond! We're featuring small works throughout the month of December exhibiting quality artwork on small canvases, produced by four renowned artists.

The goal for our tenth year is to put art in more homes and there's no better way, to start or augment a collection, than buying small; it's a 'take two, they’re tiny' affair, an art collector’s dream.

It's A Return Performance

The exhibition features Christopher Pothier and Christopher Volpe hanging "side by side," for the second year running.

Opening Aug 29th with an artists' reception, 7 to 9 p.m and runs through Sept 12th
"Their work couldn't be more different, which is part of the reason we put them together; it's proven to be one of the more popular combination exhibits since 2013. The other reason is just to have these two talented men in the same room," says Curator Steve Bowersock.