This January, the gallery will feature the art work of Paul Chapdelaine. In this exhibit, the scenes feature landscapes in Marshfield and Duxbury. Also, included are several portraits. The paintings are all created using oils and are painted on wood.
Paul began his career in art in the mid 1970’s. Living in Rockport in the late 1970’s, he studied under Michael Stoffa. Attending the Gloucester Academy of Art, he built his portfolio to enter art school. In the early 1980’s, he was accepted to the Museum of Fine Arts Art School in Boston and graduated in 1985. In those four years, Paul studied drawing, painting, sculpture and etching with various teachers.
Paul’s first work was shown in an exhibition of students work by the Gloucester Academy of Fine Arts at the Sawyer Library in Gloucester, Massachusetts. His paintings have also been in the On The Porch exhibition at the Gibney Gallery in Rockport, the Michael Stoffa Gallery in Northampton, and the Andover Art in the Park.
After traveling throughout the United States and various European and Caribbean countries, Paul and his family settled in Roatan, Honduras from 1995-2015.He has exhibited his paintings at the Waves of Art Gallery in Roatan, Honduras.
Paul Chapdelaine now lives in Duxbury, Massachusetts.