When in Provincetown, MA, Susan's artwork is on display and for sale at the Kennedy Gallery, 353 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA.
Salmon Falls Artist Showroom, Shelburne Falls, MA http://www.salmonfallsgallery.com/home
Take the beautiful ride and view the work of over 75 local artists, including Susan Pecora, Josh Simpson and others in this beautiful artisan showroom overlooking the charming village of Shelburne Falls.
The Lobster Pot Gallery, Provincetown, MA
R Michelson Gallery, Northampton, MA
The Third Friday & Saturday Of The Month
Join me and work with fellow artists to build your strengths and gather ideas! These monthly workshops are held at Susan's home studio - all levels of painters are welcome. Due to the overflow of students lately, please contact Susan via email (email@example.com) or by phone (413-283-7441) to register. Please bring a box lunch and lots of enthusiasm! Workshops begin at 10am and conclude at 3pm with a group critique. Workshops are $55 for one day, $100 for both. Professional teachers can earn 12 PDPs for the two-day session. Please see the "Workshops & Demonstrations" section for more information. Classes will be limited to the first 10 people.
May 23 & 24, 2013 I will be teaching a 2-day Plein-Aire Workshop at Bay Path College in Longmeadow! Go to www.baypath.edu for more information. Hope to see you there!
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
November 7th: A Special Opening
You Are Invited! My work will be on exhibit (for show and sale) at the Home Hill Country Inn Art Gallery in Plainfield, NH. What a beautiful place to feature my art! The exhibit features an Opening Reception on Wednesday, November 7th from 4:30-6:30pm. There will be a dinner served, so you will need to make reservations if you want to partake. The exhibit will be on display through January of 2013, so if you're looking for a great winter getaway (over New Year's?) and great art, make a reservation! Home Hill Inn 703 River Road Plainfield , NH , 03781 US Fax: 603-675-5220 Phone: 888-787-9591 Email: HomeHillInn@Gmail.com
Demo For Wilbraham Art League
My next demonstration will be a wonderful one for the Wilbraham Art League on Tuesday, November 13 at 6:30pm. I will be presenting at the Wilbraham Senior Center (on the right side of the Scantic Valley YMCA off Boston Road). It is so great to just get out there and talk with artists in the area and hopefully they have fun, too!
Open Studios: One Cottage Street, Easthampton, MA
Join me at my studio (shared with author/illustrator Ruth Sanderson and Custom Designer Cassandra Holden) #307 in the Cottage Street Studios! Here are directions: http://cottagestreetstudios.com/pb/wp_0c1c25aa/wp_0c1c25aa.html
Please check back often for updates to the calendar of events.
�For more information about Susan's demonstrations, or to schedule a demonstration for your organization, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 413-283-7441.
October, 2012 - Susan Pecora Wins Best In Show At Easthampton Paint-Out!
The Beautiful Winner!
November 2008 - An Ornament for the White House
Every year, members of Congress invite artists within their district to create an ornament for one of the Christmas trees in the White House. This year, Susan was asked by the office of Congressman Richard E. Neal to create an ornament to represent the Massachusetts Second District. For the occasion, Susan created a multi-denominational winter scene portraying historic Mattoon Street in Springfield. She also attended the Artists' Reception in early December.
Susan's ornament for the White House Christmas Tree.
Susan and her friend Jill in the Blue Room of the White House.
2007 - American Artist Article
In 2007, Susan's sketches and paintings from a trip to Paris were featured in an article in the magazine, American Artist.
Reflections Through Watercolor on PBS
Susan's popular television show, Reflections Through Watercolor, continues to be broadcast on WGBY-TV, the PBS affiliate to western New England (check your local listings). Part painting demonstration and part travelogue, Susan travels to numerous New England points of interest and produces a finished painting. The show is inspiring to both painters and non-painters alike.
In its several seasons, she has painted such diverse subjects as Heublein Tower in Connecticut, Emily Dickinson's home in Amherst, Calvin Coolidge's birthplace in Plymouth Notch, VT, the historic Hancock Shaker Village, and even the beloved Fenway Park.