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Clinton Olde Home Day Pop Up Art Show

I first entered the art show for Clinton's Olde Home Day in early September back in 2006. I became interested in the industrial towns Victorian Stick Style, Venetian, and Shingle style homes with the big pink house with towering turret at the top of the town common. I painted it and donated it to the town in lieu of the entrance fee for the art show. Lots of great pieces won prizes, but I did not. Not discouraged, I entered again in 2008. With a modern architecture home as my painting I switched gears but again didn't win a ribbon. The show went away for a few years. I next entered a show in my home town and sold a couple of paintings. Then after doing a few paintings of some houses and buildings in Grafton I entered that towns art shows and won second and third prizes respectively. Then, about a year and a half a go, I got an email about the Clinton Art Show making a comeback. I had some work to enter and felt good about my chances. Although I did not win any prizes I did sell a painting. Recently I entered the Princeton, MA Spring Art show and won a Special Recognition award for my "Princeton, MA Library" painting. This Friday night into Saturday afternoon I am once again entering the Clinton Olde Home Day Pop Up Art Show. I have three good watercolor paintings. Two that I did last year and one I did this year in April. I will try my "Princeton, MA Public Library" painting again. Also I will enter two Copley Square Boston paintings, the Old South Church and H.H. Richardson's Trinity Church paintings.

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