Current Exhibit - “Mary and Jim LoPiccolo: In Sync”
The Front Street Art Gallery Presents
“Mary and Jim LoPiccolo: In Sync”
From Tuesday August 15th to Sunday September 10th, the Front Street Art Gallery will feature the paintings of Mary Beth and the late Jim LoPiccolo. Please attend a September First Friday Reception for these two very talented artists on September 1st from 6 to 8:30 PM. The Driftway Jazz will provide music to encourage browsing and buying.
James LoPiccolo was born in Philadelphia where he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. During his career, he worked with Paul Rahilly, Morris Blackburn, Jack Callahan, Constance Pratt, Virginia Avery, Charles Sovak and Skip Lawrence. His classic style is reflected in his still-life, portraits and landscapes.
His awards included a Best in Show at the Duxbury Art Association Winter Juried Show. He had been a member of the Scituate Art Association and its Front Street Gallery for over two decades and was a member of the Duxbury Art Association. Jim exhibited at the Front Street Gallery and Plymouth Guild. He was also a member of the Philadelphia Watercolor Association, the DaVinci Art Alliance, and Plymouth Art Guild.
Mary Beth LoPiccolo, a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Art, is experienced in both Commercial and Fine Arts. Her studies continued on arrival in Massachusetts with Jack Callahan and Constance Flavell Pratt. She soon became involved in the Scituate Arts Association where she has been an active member for well over two decades. Over time Mary has focused on watercolor where she has found that with repeated practice, fingers dancing on the canvas like a pianist on the keys, she can weave both experience and the subconscious to create an organic whole. Mary continues to work in both the commercial and fine art worlds. She finds that the strong draftsmanship and design of commercial art merge with the spiritual perspective of fine arts to create a truly inspirational and satisfying work.
Mark your calendar!!!
Come to Scituate Harbor and experience the wealth of art produced by the South Shore artistic community and beyond. It is indeed a gift to have so many talented people in our midst.
Come and browse!
V. LoPiccolo - Summer Harvest
Mary Beth Lopiccolo, Lucky Finn.jpg
V. James LoPiccolo - harvest painting
V. LoPiccolo - Peppers Huddle
Mary Beth LoPiccolo - Cylamen
Scituate Lighthouse, Mary LoPiccolo