August 7, 4-6 p.m.
Plymouth’s monthly art walk is August 7! Join us for an open studio from 4:00 -6:00 p.m., at 2 Post Office Square, Plymouth, NH.
Walkabout Wednesday is coordinated by the Museum of the White Mountains at Plymouth State University. You can find a map of participating artists and businesses HERE.
This month, I will host artist Lynn Decker and musician Mark Flynn. Lynn will show some of her watercolors and prints inside, while Mark will play saxophone outside. Alongside Lynn, I will show some of my portrait photography work.
Lynn Decker paints with watercolor outside. She then uses her plein air paintings as the subjects for her prints. She displays these paintings with their corresponding prints from polystyrene plates. The technique involves coating the plates with gesso and printing with watercolor or block printing ink, silkscreens, or watercolor monoprints. Lynn says, “I try to capture the beauty of nature in a moment of time. It is an act of recreation, based on observation and previous experience.”
Mark Flynn began playing the saxophone at age nine. His early influences included Clarence Clemons and Van Morrison. He began to play music at “open mic” events, and in bands. He discovered that making music was a great way to meet new people. Mark lives in Plymouth in a house that he built. He teaches at Plymouth State University, in the English Department.
Come, enjoy music and art! Drink wine, eat chocolate! You can find out how portrait sessions work, see recent portraits, chat, network, buy art, or just enjoy the artwork.
Stop by Maundy Mitchell Photography 8/7. Lynn Decker, Mark Flynn, and I would love to see you.