Artist Juleen Stacy is exhibiting her paintings at the Thom Hindle Gallery at the Keefe House, 15 Summer St., Dover, NH, through the months of June and July.
Juleen Stacy was born in Northern Virginia. She graduated from Mary Washington College with a BA in Studio Art, then went to work for a textile designer in the DC Metropolitan area. Her work was seen in collections produced by such prestigious names such as, F. Schumacher & Co., St. Clair, Bard, Avon, Lenox and others.
She worked as an event coordinator in DC for several years putting her creativity into lively events for the corporate and private sector. She finally returned to her first love, painting, just a few years ago. She started out painting strictly botanical art but has since branched out to include a variety of still-life subjects. Her work is produced using oil, acrylic, gouache (opaque watercolor), watercolor, pencil, encaustic, silverpoint and charcoal.
Juleen is a resident at the The Art Center. More information can be found here.
Also on display are the works of painter Jim Reagan. Reagan, a painter who paints outdoors whenever possible, is all about sunshine and light. Primarily a landscape artist, he chooses the rugged seacoast of the New England coast and pastoral calm of the land. Still, his work isn’t limited to New England scenes alone – his travels also come to life in many of his watercolor collages.
Jim studied art at Bowling Green State University, graduating with a b.s.in art education, After leaving teaching Jim coupled painting with a life in the airline industry as a flight attendant thus giving him blocks of time to devote to artistic development. To learn more about Jim Reagan, please visit his website here.