Artists Herb Edwards and Lillia Frantin of North Falmouth Village are pleased to announce the recent opening of their new online gallery, Edwards & Frantin Fine Arts. Visiting their websites is an enjoyable way to see more than 100 works now available for sale from their personal studio collection that includes large and small paintings in both oils and acrylic.

After leaving their careers in arts education and moving to northern New Mexico to paint full-time, in 2002 they set up home and studio in an antique farmhouse on Old Main Road in North Falmouth. The husband-and-wife team have become well-known in the Cape Cod art scene, appearing in local exhibitions including this season’s summer juried annual show at the Falmouth Art Center. In addition to exhibits at the Provincetown Museum of Art and the Cotuit Center for the Arts and one-person shows at the Cape Museum of Fine Arts, their work is included in private and public collections throughout the United States and Europe. This latest venture is in addition to gallery representation of their work at Chatham Fine Arts, The Julie Heller Gallery in Provincetown and The Christina Gallery in Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard.

The recipients of numerous awards and honors, Ms. Frantin and Mr. Edwards have enjoyed painting as close to home as the harbors and beaches of Falmouth and as far afield as the mountains of New Mexico and beautiful region of Provence, France. Their paintings uniquely reflect their love of nature, lovingly tended gardens and especially the wonderful summer season that is enjoyed by all here on the Cape. Their artwork can be seen at and

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