Friday, September 14, 2012


This week Rocky Neck Gallery will feature the work of new artist member, Phyllis Feld, in both the window and the big work wall.  For the window, Feld’s painting Sumac will be shown for one week from Friday, September 14th until Thursday evening, September 20th.

29 x 29 framed

In describing her inspiration for this landscape Feld says, “The strong diagonal formed by the marching sumac and the whimsical romp of the wildflowers in this landscape spoke to me."  

Rocky Neck Gallery’s big work wall space will feature two paintings showcasing Feld's talent as both a plein air and still life artist.  These two works will be exhibited for two weeks from Friday, September14th until Thursday evening, September 27th.

19 x 26 framed
This still life of four pears aptly titled Quartet.  (Please note this image is cropped here.)

The calm rhythm of the marsh beyond the dance of wildflowers inspired her in this oil on canvas titled Mellow Marsh.   

20 x 24 framed

Phyllis Feld is artist painting landscapes plein air or working as a portrait and still life painter.  Feld has traveled to France, Italy and Cape Cod to find her landscapes. She is a graduate of Pratt's Institute's department of Interior Design.  After a rewarding career as an interior designer and raising a family, Feld began her painting studies at the Museum of Fine Arts.   She is an artist member of the North Shore Arts Association, an associate member of the Rockport Art Association and also a member of both the Newton and Concord Art Association. Feld has exhibited extensively along with receiving many awards for her paintings.
To see these paintings and more of her work stop by 53 Rocky Neck Avenue.  The gallery is open 7 days a week.

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