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The following watercolor demonstrations and presentations will be held at the:

New England Watercolor Society's 2022 North American Open Exhibition at the
Plymouth Center for the Arts, 11 North Street, Plymouth, MA (map)



Sunday, November 13th, from 1:00 to 3:00pm
Watercolor Demonstration by Robert Mesrop

Robert Mesrop has been an artist and painter for over 45 years. He is a Signature Member of the New England Watercolor Society and the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and is currently a painting and drawing instructor at the Cape Cod Art Association and the Creative Art Center in Chatham Mass, He has also conducted painting workshops in Maine and Massachusetts.

Robert is fascinated by changing lights and shadows. The freshness and luminosity of watercolor make it the perfect medium. "It requires discipline, planning and forethought. I try to work through the painting mentally so that I can approach the paper with the spontaneity that is the hallmark of the medium".


Sunday, November 20th, from 1:00 to 3:00pm
Gallery Talk by Andrew Kusmin

While most art captures a moment in time, Andrew Kusmin’s paintings capture time in a moment. His works are not renderings of another image, neither a photograph nor a single encounter. They are the fully fleshed stories of multiple, changing images and impressions, a myriad of memories of a place, the things and people who have graced it. Even in the paintings that do not formally include a human figure, the people are undeniably present – either just now departed or waiting impatiently in the wings.

Andrew has exhibited nationwide, received numerous local and national awards and is regularly featured in art publications. He is a Signature Member of The National Watercolor Society, Audubon Artists, Allied Artists of America, Southwestern Watercolor Society, and The New England Watercolor Society.

Sunday, November 27th, from 1:00 to 3:00pm
Watercolor Demonstration by P. Anthony Visco

This craggy old seasalt has one discernable pleasure us with his beautiful paintings. He is cantankerous by nature and although his first love is the sea, Tony's paintings focus heavily on his favorite New England scenes and abandoned objects found in unusual settings. He is the recipient of many juried art show awards including First Place in drawing, pastel and watercolor categories.

Tony's work has been featured in many art galleries on the South Shore, Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard as well as San Diego, California, Egg Harbor, Wisconsin and Tiverton, RI. Mr. Visco has also exhibited in a number of one-man shows.