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Friday, September 4, 2015

gary marotta fine art g-1 presents MAGGIE SIMONELLI: ENCAUSTICS rec Fri & Sat 9/4 & 5 7-9pm

Simie Maryles Gallery presents "The Great Big Miniature Show" rec Sept. 4 7-10pm

Kurt Walters
"Chickadee on Chinese Teacup"

acrylic on Masonite with gold leaf 5 x 7

Simie Maryles
"Silver for the Sky, Lavender for the Soul"
oil on linen panel 6 x 6
Stephen Cerceillo
"Feeling Lightheaded"
acrylic on canvas 6 x 6

Alden Gallery presents “CATHERINE McCARTHY + ALICE DENISON”—Sept. 4 – 17, 2015 rec. Fri. September 4, 7 – 9pm

The More Things Change, by Catherine McCarthy, oil and ballpoint pen on canvas, 20” x 16”
Mixed Meta: Urn I, by Alice Denison, oil and acrylic on panel, 48” x 36”

PAAM presents HILDA NEILY: MID-CENTURY SURVEY opening reception Friday, September 4, 8pm

Hilda Neily, oil on board   

Born in Vermont and a resident of Provincetown since 1968, Hilda Neily studied various theories of painting before developing a strong interest in Plein Air Impressionist painting. This interest led her to study for 15 years at the Cape School of Art in Provincetown with Henry Hensche- the master impressionist who studied with and served as assistant to the painter Charles Hawthorne, founder of the Cape Cod School of Art. Today Neily is a master painter in her own right, and is considered to be one of the Cape School’s most adept practitioners. Neily’s paintings are included in private, corporate and museum collections throughout the US and abroad. In Provincetown she teaches at the Cape School of Art and is represented by the Hilda Neily Gallery.