Roberto Zangarelli workshop - now open to all Newton Watercolor Society Members. CLICK HERE for details.
Carolyn Latanision, one of our Signature Members was commissioned by the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to replicate a J.M.W.Turner watercolor to accompany their exhibition of his work. It is being shown in one of the galleries at the Museum as well as on the Museum of Fine Arts website.
CLICK HERE to visit the MFA website for more information.
MAZER, Dr. Myron S. (Mike) 85, of Mattapoisett, died February 1st after a long illness. Mike was born in Boston and attended Boston Latin School where in his yearbook, it was written “He well knows what it is to be the favored friend of many”, a quote he lived up to all his life. He received his Bachelor's degree from Boston University and his medical degree with Alpha Omega Alpha honors at the University of Cincinnati where he was granted a Junior National Institute of Health fellowship in Gastroenterology. He was an LCDR, U.S. Navy, retired, having volunteered for active duty during the Vietnam War.
After retiring, he renewed his endeavor in painting both in watercolor and oil and became a nationally and internationally award-winning artist and a two-term President of the New England Watercolor Society. He was a designated U.S. Coast Guard artist and exhibited his work across the county with many of his paintings in museums and public and private collections across the country. He was awarded the “Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award” in 2017 by Marquis Who’s Who Publishers. His work has been published in many art books and an image of his watercolor titled “The Whaleman Statue” is on the cover of the book “A Bold and Hardy Race of Men: The Lives and Literature of American Whalemen” published by the University of Mass Press.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Boston Children’s Hospital, 300 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115, and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 450 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. Private arrangements are with the Saunders-Dwyer Mattapoisett Home for Funerals, 50 County Rd. (Rt. 6), Mattapoisett.
The New England Watercolor Society would like to welcome the following nine artists who have achieved Signature Membership this year. Each has successfully had paintings accepted into four Biennial Exhibitions including this year’s Regional and at least one North American Open.
Our New Signature Members are:
Karen Dunderdale, Marshfield, MA
Jack Foley, Lincoln, MA
Jackie Habig, Foxboro, MA
Christopher Kiersted, Edgartown, MA
Craig Masten; Warwick, RI
Paul Mogan; Scituate, MA
Debra Petrowski, West Yarmouth, MA
Shauna Shane, Storrs, CT
Mary Smith, Sandwich, MA
Congratulations to all.
We find it heartbreaking to inform our members of the death of one of our new Signature Members, a talented lady with one of the biggest hearts we will ever meet.
Elizabeth Fawcett passed away on August 20th 2021. Condolences to the family can be sent to Sheila and Michael Kobaly, 33 Fort Pond Hill Rd., Littleton MA 01460