Chapman Sean Cassidy The Big Apple

“The Big Apple,” an oil-on-canvas by Plymouth resident Sean Cassidy, is one of the works in the Chapman Art Gallery’s new show, “Three Person.” Artists John Clayton and Abby Lammers will also be featured in the show.

“Three Person,” a new show at the Chapman Art Gallery, will feature new works by resident artists John Clayton, Abby Lammers and Sean Cassidy. The show will run from tomorrowSaturday, June 8 through Wednesday, June 26.

John Clayton studied at Cape School in Provincetown where he embraced the “Art of Seeing Color” as taught by the late Henry Hensche, and Charles W. Hawthorne. Over many years Mr. Clayton has matured into a devoted plein air painter.

A native of Missouri, Ms. Lammers works as a full-time artist from her studios in East Falmouth and Rochester, New York. A love for design is clearly apparent in her landscape and still life paintings where she presents ordinary objects and scenes in a refreshing contemporary representational style.

Graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he received his bachelor of fine arts degree, Sean Cassidy later received his masters in fine arts degree in painting from Central Michigan University. In 2007 Cassidy moved to Plymouth. He currently teaches at Bridgewater State University, and the Cape Cod Art Association. Mr. Cassidy’s paintings are done primarily in oil.

An opening reception will be held tomorrowon June 8 from 4 to 7 PM. Refreshments will be served.

The Chapman Art Gallery is at 5 Main Street in Cotuit.

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