Judith-Grace Miller

My love of art began as soon as I was old enough to hold a pencil. As a child, I always had a paintbrush and sketchbook in hand and during my teen years, saved for college by painting the storefront windows downtown in my hometown of Hudson, Massachusetts for the holidays each year. I received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in Graphic Design and worked as a designer for several Boston area advertising and design firms and educational publishing houses.

An observer of nature and people, my oil and gouache paintings are a translation of my feelings and experiences, carefully placed on canvas. My work awakens the senses, and tells the story of joyful moments in time, and invites my audience to join me in my world and respond to these experiences. My love of the beach and my time spent kayaking, cycling, hiking, and camping throughout New England inspires my work. I am especially intrigued by the colors of natural sunlight bouncing off a white building. The kaleidoscope of color that appears within light and shadow continues to amaze me and plays a crucial role in my work. I am in constant awe of all the beauty nature offers and I enjoy traveling to different destinations throughout New England with my painting gear to paint.

My work has been included in the Places I Remember en Plein Air Show at the Bolton Library, the Winter Member Show at the Chelmsford Art Society, the Postcard show at Concord Art, and Nature’s Kaleidoscope exhibit with the Newburyport Art Association.

Judith-Grace Miller

Instagram: @judymillerartist


Mary E. O’Connell

The nature-inspired paintings of artist Mary E. O’Connell, are reminiscent of the quaint farms, and back country rambles of her native Massachusetts.  Working mainly in acrylics provides her the perfect medium to experiment with glazes, textures, and color to achieve a realistic life-like appearance in her landscapes, still lifes, and florals.
“I like to think my art has a spiritual component to it, revealing the wonder and emotion that impresses me when I’m alone, awestruck by the natural environment. I strive to communicate what I’m feeling, the essence of the moment, or the mysteries of living things.”
Mary earned a bachelor’s degree in fine art from Northeastern University, having previously studied studio art at Massachusetts College of Art & Design, the DeCordova Museum School, and most recently at the Emerson Umbrella for the Arts in Concord, Massachusetts. She is self-taught in furniture faux finishing.
To see more of her work or to contact,  please visit:
Instagram -@meofineart

Elaine Lewis

Elaine Lewis is an 91 year old member of the Art Society She recently located from Lake Of Woods, in Locust Grove, Virginia to North Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
She studied at Brooklyn College, NY; Northern VA Community College; University of Mary Washington, VA
She is a retired interior designer.
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Joan LaTourneau

Learning to draw and paint has been on my bucket list since childhood.  Watercolors is my preferred medium, but I have also done some art work in acrylics.

I started by doing my pets pictures, which I am told look like photographs. However. I find landscapes challenging, and would like to learn how to do impressionist style paintings. For a number of years I have continued to work toward expanding by art knowledge by taking classes with Denise Rainis, Rita Lipman and Stella Pappas.


Stan Sundstrom

I am a retired software engineer who took up photography as a hobby a few years ago. Some of my favorite places to photograph are Heart Pond, the Chelmsford/Carlisle Cranberry Bog and Great Brook Farm Reservation. Fall and Winter are the seasons I enjoy most for capturing landscapes. I like exploring the natural juxtaposition of light and shade.


Dave Martsolf

Dave Martsolf has been drawing and painting for over 40 years, since turning away from studies in architecture at MIT, circa 1967-70, to focus on the Fine Arts.  Initially, he was intrigued by surrealism, and applied skills in photorealism to create complex surreal oil canvases with a dark flair.  In the 1980’s these abilities earned him the Juror’s Prize at the “UNH Revisited” Alumni Show in 1981, and the Sawyer Award for Painting at the 38th Annual New Hampshire Art Association Exhibition at the Currier Gallery of Art in Manchester, NH (1985).

Martsolf’s recent Dance series pushes the original sketch line to become the artwork itself. The lines are emboldened with a variety of line widths of black oil paint with bold background colors to intrigue the eye in a dance filled with suggested motion.

During the 2020 pandemic, Martsolf turned again back to the surreal, but this time with a more positive outlook, both in subject matter and in cerebral conception.  He also began a portrait series of people with whom Martsolf feels an affinity, such as Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Angela Merkel, the Dalai Lama, and Stacey Abrams.


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Sylvia Mallory

I’m a Massachusetts-based painter working primarily in acrylics. A native of Cambridge, I have lived in Bedford, Massachusetts, for many years.

Artwork has become my primary focus—and my passion—since my retirement from a career as a development (content) editor in college textbook publishing. My favorite subject matter includes landscapes, human figures, and floral still lifes.

When needing a break from my acrylic work, I turn to collage, watercolor, or drawing. I also love taking photographs and using them as inspirational sources for my paintings.

I am an active member (and a past president) of the Bedford Arts and Crafts Society. I am also a member of Concord Art and a contributing member of the Rockport Art Association. For the past several years, I have served on a Bedford town committee that has worked toward the establishment of a state-designated cultural district in Bedford. The committee has just learned that, by unanimous vote of the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s governing board, Bedford has officially been awarded cultural district status.


Ed Wojtaszek

Since 2016, my focus has been street photography because of the potential to create unique images that can stimulate imagination. My camera is with me during photo hikes, bicycle tours, and travel. These activities are opportunities for me to capture special moments.

My street photos range from playful to empathetic and from portraits to anonymous silhouettes. Each is intended to convey a story or a message in a unique and spontaneous way. I enjoy the process of making composition decisions on the street with no opportunities for redoing a shot as there would be in a studio. My editing is usually limited to cropping and color correction.

I am a member of the Arts League of Lowell and the Photographic Society of America.

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Brooke Lambert

Brooke Lambert is a printmaker and painter whose work explores the world of light, pattern and color in the ocean and the natural world. Her work celebrates light reflecting on the ocean’s surface, bouncing off cracks, and crevices under water. It also shows the heat of the sun radiating through flowers and leaves. In our current climate, she fells strongly that is is important to share moments of brightness, new life, and hope.

Her primary medium is collagraph printing, in which she builds low-relief plates that she then inks and runs through a printing press, creating embossed paper prints that she then paints on.

Lambert grew up in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, and currently lives in Lowell, MA. She received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her art is shown widely throughout New England and beyond. Recent shows include ON PAPER, a show at the Smithsonian-affiliated Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center and the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition National Juried Prints Show.

To view her work please visit:
Facebook: @brookelambertprintmaker
Instagram: @brookelambertartist


Subroto Mukherjee

I am primarily a professional Photographer and has been clicking since the age of 15.  I pretty much shoot anything and everything, from weddings to High School Senior Portraits to doing Model Portfolios. I also do quite a bit of street photography, which usually comes in since we travel a lot.

During this pandemic time, with restricted and no travels, I picked up sketching/painting after many years. Started to do some Acrylic pour art and trying some artwork with pastels.

I live in Chelmsford with my Wife, Daughter and a yellow Lab.

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