Abstracts from Carmela, Jo, Karen, and Diane for OpArt, a Fairweather exhibition through May 25th.

“Intersection” by Carmela Newstead

Decisions to be made.




“Gratitude” by Jo Pomeroy-Crockett
Abstract art celebrates life– all the joy, the pathos, the ridiculous, the cruel, the sad, the whimsical, and the playful.”

“Abide” by Karen Doyle
Go outside. Take a walk. Sit in the grass. Look at the clouds. Smell the flowers. Put your hands in the dirt and feel the earth. Accept what is. Viewing Karen Doyle’s paintings is a call to action to breathe in and let it be.” FH&G 

“Peace” by Diane Copenhaver

“I enjoy the visual language of abstract art and the freedom of non-representational painting. Creating a work from an emotion, a memory, or an impression.” DC


Fairweather House and Gallery

612 Broadway St.


For OpArt, short ‘optical art.’

Art sale and exhibition through May 25

Artists use unique shapes, colors, and patterns to create images that look moving or blurring.

Featuring abstract art by Mike Brown in Myrtlewood, in gnarled maple, Diane Copenhaver in acrylics, Jo-Pomeroy-Crockett in mixed media,  Karen Doyle in plein air, Stuart Dittbrenner in live edge furniture, Bob Heath in glass, Carmela Newstead in oils, and Peg Wells in beeswax encaustics.


Fairweather House and Gallery has become one of the historic Gilbert District’s sought-after destinations offering an ever-changing unique visual experience.” — Seaside Signal

Representing a fine art collection by an exceptional group of regional artists for over fifteen years. From traditional to transitional, contemporary to realism, and impressionism to emerging art since 2006.

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