Join friends and artists in their cozy gallery rooms for a winter’s toast along with an opportunity to see Maryalice Eizenberg, Andrea Petitto and Amy Sanders develop ideas into paintings. Watching an artist at work offers the viewer a greater understanding of the process, techniques, thinking, skills and experimenting that go into a completed work. These award-winning painters welcome audience questions and comments. Additional artists will also be attending.
The Addison Art Gallery’s year-round gatherings are ideal opportunities to socialize with friends old and new surrounded by captivating art.
Maryalice Eizenberg is an award-winning artist who has been featured in Cape Cod Life and Chatham magazines, “The Creative Spirit, Art in Chatham’s Old Village” and Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: People and Places by Deborah Forman. She teaches at the Creative Arts Center in Chatham and is a member of Oil Painters of America, Cape Cod Plein Air Painters and 21 in Truro. Her work is held in private collections in the United States, Europe and Japan.
Andrea Petitto, after a career as university professor and industry consultant, around the turn of the century Andrea devoted herself to the study of painting and became a full-time artist with a particular passion for the human figure and her love of dogs. Andrea taught art classes in NY, and at Cape Cod Art Association in Barnstable and Creative Arts Center, Chatham. She has had solo shows in NY and at the Copley Society in Boston, and has won many awards in NY, the Copley Society in Boston, and on Cape Cod.
Amy Sanders paints an Outer Cape in detail that few see, bringing her keen eye and love to the task. She captures the serenity and beauty of the pines, the power and delight of the ocean and bay, the peaceful and fragile landscape of the dunes, the joy of the beachgoers, and the weather of the Outer Cape. Amy is an award-winning artist, Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America, and a respected art juror/judge in the New England art show circuit. She has exhibited in galleries in Connecticut and on the Cape.