2021 Small Stones Festival of the Arts

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THIS WEB GALLERY SHOWS ALL SUBMITTED ARTWORK.  ARTWORK SELECTED BY OUR JURORS FOR EXHIBITION AND PUBLISHING ARE NOTED.
 
  1. VIEWING - Click on an image for a larger view.
  2. NAVIGATION - The images are sorted with prizewinners first (note that most prizes will be awarded on October 15), then alphabetically by artist last name. Note that there are multiple pages in the gallery - use the page selector to see more entries.
  3. SEARCHING - You can enter an artist's first or last name in the search box to find a given artist.
  4. FILTERING - You can create a filtered view to see only paintings or photography by selecting a choice in the Category Filter box. You can see only those entries selected by our jury for inclusion in our exhibition and printed catalog by using the Tag Filter.
  5. PURCHASING ARTWORK - Artwork on display at the in-person exhibition may be purchased if the artist has elected to make it available for sale.


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Union Oyster House - Boston, MA
Union Oyster House - Boston, MA
Nicholas Connors
$500.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Watercolor Artist Nicholas Connors painting of Historic Union Oyster House Seafood Restaurant in Boston Ma waterfront district.
Specific medium: Watercolor

55-54 Beacon St - Headquarters House - Boston, Ma Beacon Hill District
55-54 Beacon St - Headquarters House - Boston, Ma Beacon Hill District
Nicholas Connors
$500.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Watercolor Portrait of Artist Nicholas Connors 55-54 Beacon Street - "Headquarters House" - Boston, Ma Beacon Hill District 2020.
Specific medium: Watercolor

Old City Hall, School Street - Downtown Crossing District - Boston, Ma
Old City Hall, School Street - Downtown Crossing District - Boston, Ma
Nicholas Connors
$500.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Watercolor Portrait by Artist Nicholas Connors of Old City Hall Building School Street - Downtown Crossing District - Boston Ma 2021.
Specific medium: Watercolor

Marshall Point Lighthouse
Marshall Point Lighthouse
Rob Conrad
$75.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Foggy afternoon before the storm
Specific medium: The calm before the storm

Mother Nature's Power
Mother Nature's Power
Rob Conrad
$75.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Power of Mother Nature
Specific medium: Mother Nature's Power

Morning sunrise
Morning sunrise
Rob Conrad
$75.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Morning sunrise at Nantasket beach
Specific medium: Awakening

Fall Immersion
Fall Immersion
David Corrigan
$250.00


Artist statement: I love to take photographs near water during the brilliant display of the fall colors of New England. I was particulary drawn to this scene because of how the kayakers in the river blend in with the reflection of the leaves in the water, making them fully immersed in this moment of nature.
Specific medium: Photography

Inspired by Norm
Inspired by Norm
David Corrigan
$250.00


Artist statement: Fog is typically associated with rainy and damp weather which may discourage us from wanting to be outside. I had just the opposite feeling as I sat with my camera and watched the early morning fog lead into the awakening of the day.
Specific medium: Photography

WW I - Never Forget.
WW I - Never Forget.
David Corrigan
$250.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Each metal pillar at this memorial at Green Hill Park in Worcster stands for a soldier who lost their life bravely defending our precious freedom while overseas. The shadows of the pillars on the ground symbolizes that they remain with us at home despite the years.
Specific medium: Photography

Herring Cove Sunset
Herring Cove Sunset
Michael Corthell
$425.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: I’ve come to realize that the very act of witnessing an object is really a profound spiritual gesture. Whether it is a blazing sunset, or a singular, fallen leaf resting on the snow, the creation process of the Universe does not seem to be entirely complete, until the object has been witnessed and acknowledged.
Specific medium: Digital Capture on Metal

Oak Leaves
Oak Leaves
Michael Corthell
$425.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: I’ve come to realize that the very act of witnessing an object is really a profound spiritual gesture. Whether it is a blazing sunset, or a singular, fallen leaf resting on the snow, the creation process of the Universe does not seem to be entirely complete, until the object has been witnessed and acknowledged.
Specific medium: Digital Capture on Metal

Squantum Harbor
Squantum Harbor
Michael Corthell
$425.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: I’ve come to realize that the very act of witnessing an object is really a profound spiritual gesture. Whether it is a blazing sunset, or a singular, fallen leaf resting on the snow, the creation process of the Universe does not seem to be entirely complete, until the object has been witnessed and acknowledged.
Specific medium: Digital Capture on Metal

Einar
Einar
Evelyn Cunningham


Artist statement: I enjoy painting portraits capturing the subject in a moment in time with the expression that is uniquely theirs. I try to bring out in each portrait the real person in composition, color, light, shade, value, tone, so you feel you know them when you see them.
Specific medium: Oil on canvas

Reverend Professor Gomes
Reverend Professor Gomes
Evelyn Cunningham


Artist statement: Portrait painting interests me in that I love to try to capture in composition, color, light, shade, value and tone the unique personality of the sitter.
Specific medium: Oil on canvas

Self Portrait
Self Portrait
Gary Custer

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: This is the first watercolor self portrait I ever attempted. My goal was to control the flesh tones as much as possible.
Specific medium: Watercolor

The Guardian
The Guardian
Gary Custer
$255.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: "The Guardian" is keeping an eye out on the neighborhood.
Specific medium: Watercolor

Harrisville Mill Pond
Harrisville Mill Pond
Gary Custer
$335.00

Selected for Exhibition
Artist statement: Harrisville, is a uniquely preserved 19th-century mill town located in the Monadnock Region of southern New Hampshire. Originally known as Twitchell’s Mills, the name was changed to Harrisville around 1870 – named for Milan Harris, whose Cheshire Mills operated until 1970. This is a view of some of the mill buildings across the Mill Pond.
Specific medium: Watercolor

Family recipe
Family recipe
Cherie Davis
$55.00


Artist statement: Summer BBQ moment captured here in Grafton showcasing old and new family recipes with family antiques destine for the trash.
Specific medium: digital photography

Frozen III
Frozen III
Cherie Davis
$125.00


Artist statement: It was cold, no freezing. My hands were as pink as the weeping cherry blossoms that presented their beauty to me. A freak hail storm might have been worse for other bloomers, but these weeping cherries knew exactly why they were weeping. Patiently I waited with my macro lens, holding each breath as the wind picked up to get the most steady shot...and then DRIP! A self reflection of all my hard work to capture this amazing moment of sprint and winter.
Specific medium: digital photography

Freedom Hike
Freedom Hike
Cherie Davis
$45.00


Artist statement: This is a great hike in the back woods of Grafton. Horses ride nearby with people on their backs, while wild raspberries grow along the trail. A great nearby nature nerd's dream!
Specific medium: digital photography

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