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Come sample the dishes that are emerging from my tasty new pastel palette!My plein air pastel box

MARSHA CONNELL
OPEN STUDIO and SALE #47
October 10-11, 17-18 10am-5pm

Sonoma County Art Trails

New plein air paintings in oil, pastel and watercolor from Northern CA and the Adirondacks

Also art from my collections will be available, some at special prices for my friends and collectors, as I make space for new work, as well as reduce inventory for a potential move. . . . no, we haven’t found just the right place yet and are still looking, especially in west Sonoma County.

Marsha Connell_Illumination_pastel_12x16
This pastel, “Illumination”, painted last month while I was a “celebrity artist” at the Mendocino Open Paintout, can be seen when you visit  my studio.

Headlands West, 3, 12 x 16, pastel
This pastel, “Headlands West, 3”, can be seen when you visit the Art Trails exhibit at Sebastopol Center for the Arts. Notice the warm feelings of perfect summer days on the Pacific coast, compared with the cooler Adirondack oils below.

SONOMA COUNTY ART TRAILS PREVIEW EXHIBITION

at THE ART TRAILS GALLERY AT CORRICK’S
and MY DAUGHTER THE FRAMER
637 Fourth Street, Downtown Santa Rosa
Reception: Friday, October 2, 5-7pm
Presented by Corrick’s / My Daughter the Framer / Sebastopol Center for the Arts

Enjoy a celebration of creativity with the work of over 80 artists!
Preview here, then select your favorite studios to visit during
the Art Trails weekends, October 10, 11, 17, 18.

Exhibition Dates: Friday, October 2 – Saturday, November 14, 2015

These Adirondack oils, painted this June, sometimes under umbrellas in the rain (imagine that, my drought stricken West Coast friends) at the Publisher’s Invitational Paintout at Paul Smith’s College, can be seen at the Art Trails Gallery at Corricks.

Marsha Connell_Clearing_oil on linen panel_12 x 16 “Clearing”

Marsha Connell_Vivid Darkening_oil on linen panel_16 x 12“Vivid Darkening” Marsha Connell_Rainy River_oil on canvas_12 x 16“Rainy River”