Jamestown Library Show

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Just finished hanging the show with Jillian.

Fun times having my first private show.  Today with the help of my neighbor Jillian Barber, one of the top artist in the area, we hung the show at the Jamestown, Library.  This show is run by the Conanicut Island Art Association, which I am a member.  Great group of artist, actively supporting the local artist.

The show runs from today 4 June, till 4th of July.  Enter the library and both sides of the main hall you will have the opportunity to enjoy 18 of my framed prints.  There is a range of work from Ireland, Jamestown, Colorado, California, Puerto Rico, Maine, and on the ocean.

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Signing the Rocky Mountain Bark canvas print.

This is the first time all eighteen of these prints have been printed.  All are limited editions, one out of a hundred, and signed.  Five of them are canvas prints, with the rest matted prints with museum glass.  The prints are of the highest quality materials and will last their owners life times of enjoyment.

If you are in the Jamestown area and would like to see some of my work, please give the Jamestown Library a visit.  You can also go to Fuller Gallery for different prints on display, and town hall for three more (one winning and award) on display.

For July I will have a tent at the Wickford Art Festival, July 7-8.  This is a judged show to get in, so all the work is of top quality.  More on the festival soon.

All print are for sale at all location or feel free to contact me.  Different sizes and prints only are available.  Some prints are offered in canvas and matted print.  Go to the PRINTS FOR SALE page on my site.  Just click on the print and you can find more information.

Thank you to all the people who have help this new venture happen.

See you soon, Paul

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