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We’re excited to welcome Gary Tucker from Boston, Massachusetts as a juried artist for Paint Annapolis 2023! Gary works both in the studio and in plein air with an equal passion for both, he even thinks they feed off of one another in a complimentary way.
Tucker studied oil painting during his time at Boston Museum School, but in his final year there, he found watercolor. Ever since discovering watercolor, he has spent his life determined to master this medium.
Gary is published in many art publications, the most recent being in SPLASH Awards Best of Watercolor for his painting “Delayed” (seen in the image above). The article was featured in The Best of Watercolor Magazine.
Although he paints various subject matters, it is evident that he focuses his work on urban themes and the working man (as seen in “Barnacle Bill”, “Delayed”, “Jeff’s World”, and “Cleaning the Marketplace”).
In Cape Ann plein air, Gary won Best Working Harbor and the People’s Choice Award with a painting of the Gloucester Harbor. Gary exhibits regularly in Boston and the North Shore. He is an Artist Member of the Salmagundi Club, New York City, and the Copley Society, Boston, MA, and a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society. Recent awards include Ogden Pleissner Memorial Award – Member Exhibition 2021, Northshore Arts Association Best Watercolor “Our Lady of the Fortunate Voyage,” November Plein Air Salon Best Watercolor “Merchant of Venice” by juror Brian Blood, November BoldBrush Competition “Cicchetti and Friends”, and Artist Camp Award for “First Light” selected by fellow artists at Plein Air Texas October 202
Learn more about Gary on his website here.