The Copley Society is pleased to present its Summer Members’ Show, As Expected, on display until August 19th in the upper gallery. As a juried show, any member artist had the opportunity to submit work for this exhibition, and our guest jurors, Richard Baino and Stephanie Bond of Child’s Gallery, chose the 34 pieces of art on display.
First Love, by Copley Artist Susan Dragoo Lembo, depicts a brilliant red bathing suit accompanying a weathered wooden boating oar. With her playful use of color, she embodies the whimsical spirit of a summer by the sea.
First Love, Susan Dragoo-Lambo, 36" x 24"
Suzanne Crocker’s Boogie Board Dance also portrays a spirited view of summer life through dramatic and bold hues. Against an incandescent carroty-colored background, a young girl gazes at an unused boogie board laying at her feet.
Boogie Board Dance, Suzanne Crocker, 36" x 36"
The Lightship Nantucket remains true to its name, illustrating the last serving lightship in its current resting place, the Boston harbor. In his oil painting, Brian Dubina artfully captures the nighttime dockside scene.
The Lightship Nantucket, Brian Dubina, 22" x 26"
Come in and see what else you would expect – or not expect – as a part of The Copley Society’s Summer Members’ Show. The gallery is open to the public Tuesday – Saturday from 11:00AM to 6:00PM and on Sunday from noon to 5:00pm.