Spring is coming…
It really is, time to come out of the cocoon!
So many have asked, and now I am offering: PaintNite! at my Holliston studio. Get your smock on and play with paint! Join us for a guided painting project in a welcoming creative atmosphere. Only requirements are an open mind and willingness to play. $35per painter, art supplies included. BYOB & snacks, cups and water provided.
The studio is in Holliston, 2nd floor walk up, address will be sent with payment confirmation. Seats are limited. Sign up soon to confirm your spot!
Thursday, April 12th, 7-9pm
Registration deadline: Tues. 4/10
A minimum of 8 painters registered for each session by the sign up deadline for event to run.
All sales are final, studio credit will be offered for a missed event less a $5 processing fee.
January slipped by in a blur of post holiday business. As I recover from the flu, I have decided to enjoy the cocoon of winter, and accept a slower pace. Trusting as the days grow longer, my energy will return!
Open Studio Sale and Up Coming Events…
My new studio will be open 11am- 4pm on Small Business Saturday, 11/25/17 in conjunction with the Holliston Holiday Stroll. Stroll over to the former OddFellows building and head up stairs to check out my new studio space. 781 Washington Street, just upstairs from the Supperette. I have both new work and some gems from the archives looking for new homes.
I am proud to have my work featured on the post card for the upcoming MassArt Holiday Sale! A selection of my framed, 8×10 mixed media pieces will be available for purchase December 3-9, 10am-7pm in the Lobby of the Tower Building at MassArt.
Hello, it’s been a while!
After 20 years in my studio at the Bancroft Building in Framingham, in May I moved to a new space. At the same time Fountain Street (formerly Fountain Street Fine Art) also moved. Big changes and lots of dust settling. In the midst of it all new work is developing. I am figuring out my new space, and slowly getting rid of boxes. More to come…
Even though snow covers much of the ground, I can feel the bubbling energy of Spring all around me. So many great art related events just on the horizon.
I am pleased to announce my piece, Woodland Water 2 was juried into
“Thinking About Water: Artists Reflect” at the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum, 2450 Beacon Street, Boston MA. The exhibit opens Wednesday, March 22 (United Nations World Water Day!) Join us for a public reception at 7pm. You have until June 30th to check out this show and check out this unique museum.
Woodland Water 2, Acrylic on Canvas, 36″x36″
Save the Dates:
#MassartAuction, bid high & bid often, at the 28th Mass Art Auction, Saturday April 8th. A great event not to be missed! Look carefully, and you will find this piece, “Summer Shadows 2” among the many stunning works of art on display 😉
Summer Shadows 2, Acrylic on Paper, 30×22″ SOLD!
Please email me if you would like to set up an appointment to see work in the studio.
Thank you to everyone who came to visit me during Fountain Street’s Fall Open Studios! It was a wonderful event and several of my favorite pieces found new homes. I wish you all very happy holidays and a bright, joyful new year!
(This image is a collage of in process images, to be finished in the new year!)
Open Studio pictures. November, 2016
Thanks to my association with Art In Giving Woodland Water Flood Fall was acquired by New England Bio Labs, and is hanging in their office in Frankfurt Germany.
Muse Gallery, Hilton Head, placed Summer Water in a private collection, not long after it arrived at the gallery.
I am delighted to announce my affiliation with Muse Gallery of Hilton Head, South Carolina
Wrapping paintings and packing boxes to ship work early next week!
20 Odd Years • C.Clinton • Artist Statement • April 2016
My goal for the work I create is to make visible and lasting, fleeting moments of magic and mystery. All my paintings begin grounded in observation, develop through the process of pushing paint, and conclude in an arrangement that, I hope, evokes the spirit of a place or moment in time.
I want for you, the viewer, to let your mind rest and your eyes play as you spend time with this work. Allow yourself a quiet pause, breath, and enjoy a moment of connection with your imagination.
Michelle Albert • C. Clinton • Nicole Maynard-Sahar
Friendships kindled in the early 1990’s as undergraduate painting majors at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Michelle Albert, Cherie Clinton, and Nicole Maynard-Sahar, remain as dedicated to art as ever. Through the kind of unpredictable life events that unfold over the course of two decades, these three artists continue to nurture their creative passions. The combination of shared experience in the studio, longevity, and the particular view of the world common to artists makes Twenty Odd Years Later a show not to be missed.
MassArt Made Spring Sale will be held Sunday, May 1 through Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 10am – 7pm in the lobby of the Tower Building at 621 Huntington Ave, Boston MA 02115. This sale is a great opportunity to purchase unique, quality artwork created by MassArt students and alumni. Handmade items range from hand-blown glass, ceramics, paintings to jewelry and more.
Example of the pieces I have at The MassArt MadeSale:
Pompanoosuc Mills Showroom Natick MA
583 Worcester St | Natick MA 01760 | 508.720.0100 | firstname.lastname@example.org
There are 16 of my paintings showing throughout the store!
All are seeking their forever homes.
Fountain Street Studios • One day Winter Open Studio Sale • Saturday, December 5th 11am-5pm
Thank you to everyone who stopped by! Fountain Street Open Studio Day 12/5! It was a fun day greeting old friends and new. Sent many happy folks home with artwork to gift to themselves and others 🙂 If you missed it and want to make an appointment to come by please contact me Also, Fountain Street Fine Art is open Thursday- Sunday & by appointment. Stop in and check out our Small Works Show Case, great one-of-a-kind artful gifts for every budget!
Thank you to everyone who stopped by! Fountain Street Open Studio Weekend April 24-26. http://www.fountainstreetstudios.com/openartist.php
The view outside 3rd Floor East #6 on Sunday 4/26, 11am-5pm. All work in the hall priced “pay-what-it’s-worth” to you!
Many thanks to all who came out to support the fundraising efforts for “Team Amazing Grace”. May the rain hold off and the wind be at the backs of all the runners on Marathon Monday!
Join me this weekend, Saturday March 14h for W.R.A.P!
I will be a guest artist in the studio of Carrie Crane, 470 R Main St Room #32, Clinton MA
February 1 through March 23, 2015 “Intuitive Navigation” at Tenacre Country Day school Wellesley MA
Big Thank you to the students, faculty, staff and parents for the opportunity to speak to and engage with the students at Tenacre today (2/25) I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and feel super energized and inspired from the experience.
Winter Open Studio:
59 Fountain Street, Framingham (click for a map)
My studio is on the 3rd Floor East #6. Call (508.740.4431) or email to make an appointment for pre or post open studio shopping!
11/22 at the Out of Line Studio in Westboro 9am-1pm ($50 & $15 materials fee).
There are a few spaces left, register here.
Up coming events:
One Day Winter Open Studio: Saturday, December 6th 11am-5pm
My studio is on the 3rd Floor East #6. Call (508.740.4431) or email to make an appointment for
There are a few spaces left, register here.
At the end of January, I will be a visiting artist at Tenacer Country Day School in Wellesley, MA.
More info and images to come…
I am happy to announce I will have several paintings at the Louisa Gould Gallery on Martha’s Vineyard (http://www.louisagould.com/gallery/exhibitions/) later this summer.
Annual Abstract Group Show
Show Dates August 29 – September 18
Opening Reception Saturday, August 30, 5-7pm
Exhibit highlights work of Fountain Street Fine Art founder
FRAMINGHAM – Rather than paint what a landscape looks like, Cheryl Clinton uses applies acrylics with a palette knife to reveal how the movement of light and water affect our perception of nature.
Within the work on exhibit is a developing story about memory, reflection and the passage of time. This story is still unfolding, the full meaning is part mystery, part time capsule, a bit autobiography with a dash of Grimm’s fairytale around the edges.