Water & the Landscape: A Five-Week Plein Air Painting Workshop with Artist Mary Nolan at Fenimore Art Museum

Date: July 31, 2022
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: 5798 STATE HIGHWAY 80, COOPERSTOWN, NY 13326
Organizer: Fenimore Art Museum
Phone: 607-547-1400
Fenimore Art Museum | Otsego County

Starts Sunday, July 31, 2022 from 5:00–7:00 p.m. (each Sunday through August 28) at the Fenimore Art Museum
$265 Members; $290 Non-Members.

Cooperstown, New York – Join local artist Mary Nolan for a special five-week workshop of plein air painting on Sunday evenings from 5:00–7:00 p.m. starting July 31.  In conjunction with the special exhibit, Unmasking Venice: American Artists and the City of Water, students will seek to interpret similar themes of light, air, water, and reflections, while painting on the rear lawn of Fenimore Art Museum overlooking beautiful Otsego Lake. Some painting experience is necessary, but plein air painting is not. Oil or acrylic paint is acceptable. Students supply their own paints and brushes; the museum will provide canvas/gesso boards and easels. 

Register at Eventbrite.com (find a link on the calendar at FenimoreArt.org):$265 Members; $290 Non-Members.

This project is made possible with the generous support of Art Bridges.

About Mary Nolan 
Mary Nolan in a plein air painter of New England landscapes. Born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in the New England area, her work reflects the beauty and diversity of the region, from coastal marshes and beaches to the streams, wetlands, fields, ponds and forests of central New England. In 1992 Nolan returned to school to further pursue her formal education and received a BA in Art Therapy from Emmanuel College in Boston, with a double major in Fine Art and Psychology. In 1995 she received a Master’s Degree in Art Therapy from Vermont College of Norwich University in Montpelier, Vermont.

Today, Mary Nolan lives and maintains a studio near Cooperstown, New York. An award-winning artist who has worked in various media for the past forty years, her paintings are found in many National and International collections. She now focuses primarily on creating small onsite oil paintings of local and regional landscapes, many of which are used as studies for larger studio paintings, as well as teaching plein air painting.