Colin Page. A brilliant artist and a damn nice guy. Everyone who knows Colin loves him. He’s got an easy way about him, friendly, full of great information and one heck of an artist. If you’re in Maine, you most likely have seen him painting somewhere at some point. An avid plein air artist, Colin has a way with paint and a style all his own. You can spot one of his paintings from a distance and immediately know that it’s his work. Not easy these days. So many wonderful artists, so to have a style that stands out… well that… speaks volumes!
I included just a few images of his paintings – Snug Harbor, so wonderful with the reds and greens just so perfectly placed. That water! The reflections from the boat! Wow… Above It All – the way he captured the light on the water, in the sky, even coming through the flag – that tiny dot of red on the truck and near the one dock, it’s those little details, not to mention how the light and shadows on the docks and the way you can really feel distance in this painting that make it so wonderful. Clearly, I am a fan!
🎨If you’re in the Ellsworth, Maine area don’t miss Colin’s solo show at Courthouse Fine Art Gallery! The show opens TONIGHT (Wednesday, July 18) from 5-7PM and runs through Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 5PM.
🎨 The opening reception at Courthouse Gallery in Ellsworth, ME is tonight (7/18/18) from 5-7PM! Colin has been working on paintings for this show for some time now, so it’ll be exciting to see the finished products!
🎨Colin will also be heading to Courthouse Fine Art Gallery on August 1st (Wed.) to talk about his new work. If you happen to be in the area… I wouldn’t miss this for the world!
I see Colin has a few workshops still open… If you are interested in a painting workshop and want to learn from one of the best – check out the Workshop link below! (Many of the workshops are already filled, and some have a full waiting list)…
See more of Colin’s work via these links:
Read a bit about Colin, from his website:
Colin Page was raised in Baltimore, Maryland and studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design and at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Whether working on location or in the studio, Colin strives to capture the atmosphere and light of a scene. Colin currently lives in Maine, where he focuses on painting the landscape, and scenes that show his life as a father of two young girls. His work has been featured in solo exhibitions and group shows nationally and abroad.
Read more about Colin HERE… Catch you back here tomorrow!