Ongoing Shows Featuring Guild Member's Artwork

Guild members show artwork at a variety of locations including those in the Guild's ART Around Town program. Sites for ART Around town include the Berkshire Humane Society and the Shaker Mill Inn.

 

Berkshire Humane Society Art Gallery

On Going Show

See Guild artists work at the Berkshire Humane Society Art Gallery in Pittsfield, MA . Contact the Shelter for current guidelines and restrictions. —Shelter link here.

 

First Friday ArtWalk Pittsfield

First Fridays from 5-8 p.m.

ArtWalk in downtown Pittsfield, MA — learn more

 

Shaker Mill Inn

On Going Show

Currently for Inn guests only, Guild artist's work is on view at the Shaker Mill Inn in West Stockbridge, MA . Contact the Inn for current guidelines and restrictions.

 

TKG Artist Show:

Plein Air in the Berkshires

Friday, July 2, 2021 to August 4, 2021

 

137 North Street

Pittsfield, MA 01201

 

Artists in the Guild of Berkshire Artists will show their work during the month of July at TKG Real Estate, 137 North St, Pittsfield as part of First Friday Artswalk Friday, July 2, 5-8pm. The work can be viewed when the TKG office is open.

 

The Guild of Berkshire Artists organizes daily Plein Air programs for artists who paint, draw and photograph in season when weather and regulations allow. Free for members of the Guild of Berkshire Artists and @$10 a day for non-members and offered in different Berkshire locations 9:30-1pm daily including Norman Rockwell Museum, Hancock Shaker Village, The Mount, Lenox, West Stockbridge and other locations Sheffield to Cheshire!

 

You are invited to join us by preregistering at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090544A5A72CA7FA7-host1 and abiding by the simple rules.! Check the weather prediction, location and regulations at 8am for each day on our website https://BerkshireArtists.org/plein-air   

 

Karen Carmean paints in oil. “Color and reflected light excite me. I use a limited palette which enables me to explore the world of color. I use a portable system of painting which allows me to get outside and paint in different locations with minimal setup time. If you enjoy seeing, doodling, working with your hands, would you consider sharing your joy? I love being outside and painting the beauty of the Berkshires. Come join us!”

 

Keith Emerling paints in oil and watercolor. What intrigues him about Plein Air is explained here: “Painting “En Plein Air” is a French term adopted about the time of the Barbizon School and the Impressionists that simply means “in the open air” or painting outdoors. The invigorating experience of combining the immediate observations made from nature while creating art outdoors, powerfully influences the artistic process. The shifting light and the changes in weather transform the subject from one minute to the next, creating a liveliness in the work and a challenging platform for creating art in this way. The experience connects the artist to nature in a deeply personal way and reflects that vitality back in the finished artwork.  "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."

~ Albert Einstein

 

Jon Caplan is a photographer. “Since the onset of Covid in March 2020, I’ve been more focused on local landscapes, finding solace in my frequent Coronamania Therapy walks.  I love the interplay of light and color during the "golden hour" particularly on Baldwin Hill and the surrounding area, which has inspired me to attempt to capture the bucolic beauty of Egremont and the Berkshires.

 

Walt Pasko is primarily a Plein Air painter but does not exclude making minor adjustments in the studio in order to improve the design, drawing, and brushwork. He uses his own version of the traditional Gloucester easel, paintbox, palette, panel carriers, palette cups, and umbrella support. He carries Masonite panels in sizes from 12×16 to 24×30 as he scouts Berkshire County, MA for subject matter in his van.

 

Pat Hogan specializes in paintings inspired by nature.  Recent works reflect her respect and love for our beautiful Berkshires, the mountains and seacoast of Maine, and the vanishing islands of the Chesapeake Bay. She is passionate about watercolor and the illusions created through the transparency and luminescence of the medium. New work includes figure drawings, mixed media pieces, and encaustics. Her paintings are in private collections in England, Sweden, and throughout the United States.