Featured Artist: Beth Rundquist!


By the Ice Pond by Beth Rundquist 12×16″ Oil

My husband and I had the pleasure of seeing Beth Rundquist’s painting up close at the Island Inn dining room (Monhegan, Maine). Each year the Island Inn collaborates with the Lupine Gallery to create a stunning show that is displayed in the Island Inn dining room for that season – What a treat it is! Last year it was a show featuring the late Don Stone and others who had painted with him. It was an amazing body of work, each piece as beautiful as the next. This painting of Beth’s was in that show. What struck me is the thick layers of paint and how they were applied – it really added a WOW factor. The colors blended giving such texture and depth to the road, incredible!

Read a bit about Beth, from her website:

“Beth Rundquist is Fine Artist, Portrait Painter and Teacher living and working in New York City.

Beth received a BA in art from Smith College. She continued her studies at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Connecticut, L’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris, the Repin Institute of Russia in St.Petersburg, and has studied sculpture at The Sculpture Center and LIC Sculpture Studio In NY.

She teaches painting privately and at the New York Academy of Art in New York.

Beth has traveled in the US and abroad to paint commissioned portraits and has received numerous awards including the Richard and Mary Schroeder Portrait Award and Bryan Family Foundation Award from the Copley Society in Boston MA.

Her work hangs in private and public spaces around the world.”

All images via BethRundquist.com, used with permission…

Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.

Catch you back here tomorrow!


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