Sprague Farm Horses – Sandra Swan


SHOW EXTENDED!

Now — January 5, 2020.

Because of the great response to Sandra’s prints, we are extending her show until January 5th.

Sweethaven Gallery, 25L Inn Street, Newburyport, MA.

By the fountain, down the stairs.


Sandra Swan was born in Bronxville, NY, September 30, 1934, and grew up in Greenwich, CT. She studied drawing with Howard Trafton at the Art Students’ League in NY and etching with Carlus Dryer at the Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan, CT. She moved to Block Island, RI in 1960, with her two daughters, and became a year-round resident. Her interest in Block Island’s old buildings led her to work with woodcuts and wood collages. She has since developed a unique way of printing with large multi-blocks. Her subjects have grown out of her love for architecture and nature. She lived for many years in her home and studio in Charlestown, MA and spent her winters on Block Island. She recently moved to Stonington, CT.

The Giclée prints on display are made from Sandra Swan’s woodcuts created over the past 40 years. They are printed on heavy archival watercolor paper, using the most advanced form of digital printing.


ALSO FEATURING:

B&W and color flower and still life photographs by Ezra Sesto

B&W landscape photographs of Paris by Vincent Lemonnier Ferro

Contemporary acrylic glass, metal and traditional landscape photographs by Greg Nikas

B&W landscape and botanical photographs by C. Max Schenk

Slab built tableware by Don Williams of Don Williams Clayworks

Cast bronze sculpture by Josh Dow of GreenFoundry

Paintings and sculpture by Paul Neverette

Woodblock fish prints by Chris Sava


Sweethaven Gallery is dedicated to art and photography and features landscapes of Newburyport, Plum Island and beyond, bronze sculpture and jewelry, and slab made pottery. We work closely with our clients to insure they find the images and art they love that fit perfectly in their home.

We participate in ArtWalk weekends, First Thursdays, Pop-Up events and special showings throughout the year.

If you have any questions about an artist or work featured above, please call us at 978-465-7656 and we will be happy to help you in any way we can.


 

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