Sondra’s second floor studio can be reached by walking up the hill to the left of the house, where a wooden bridge crosses to the studio’s exterior door. In the cozy, pragmatic space where so much work has been created, Sondra will show her watercolors, as well as some of Jack’s paintings. Prints by both artists will be for sale.
At the turn of the driveway, across from the old barn, is the Labor Studio, so called because it was built to provide Jack space enough to work on the grand-scale murals he made for the Department of Labor in Washington D.C.
Three artists will be showing in this space:
- Chelsea Gibson will show both large and small-scale paintings in oil or watercolor
- Colleen O’Hara will show large abstract works on paper
- Marjorie Bradley Kellogg will show sketches, models and paint elevations done during her long career as a stage designer
Visitors are invited to wander the grounds, as one of Sondra’s finest and most mature works is her garden, rich with old roses, peonies and other interesting perennials and shrubs, framed by the surrounding hills and the musical Ouleout.
The studios are located at the end of Epps Road where there is a roundabout and ample parking. (Venue #16)