Patricia is a Sandwich artist specializing in creating and teaching watercolor and pastel landscapes and still lives. Her studio is open by appointment: 508-888-1953 or 508-349-2573 in summer.
I am realistic painter and my goal is to capture a place in time and have the viewer experience the essence of that moment. As an artist, I enjoy experiencing continual growth and evolution in my work and seeing how those inevitable changes elicit different emotional responses from others. Watch video.
I draw images of life that stimulate my spirit to keep myself happy and close to my work. The different views presented in HuViewIMAGES reflect my personality, my life experience, my colorful imagination, and my vivid dreams.
Originally a classical “fine art” Black and White photographer, he now shoots exclusively digitally while his techniques and subjects are constantly evolving, as is the the state of technology. He prints his own images using archival inks and papers. He exhibits in galleries and other venues on Cape Cod and elsewhere throughout the country, and his work has been placed in numerous private and public collections. Read more.
Charles I. D. Looff was a master carver and builder of hand-carved and amusement rides in America. Looff, (May 24, 1852 – July 1, 1918) built his first carousel in 1876. He built the stunning carousel in use at Heritage Museum and Gardens in 1908. He became famous for creating the unique Coney Island style of carousel carving. Read more . . .