• New England Impressions
    October 7-November 5, 2016

    New England Impressions features landscapes, marines, shoreline views and still lifes by 24 nationally-acclaimed artists. “Dramatic shapes, light, color, and texture delight the senses,” says gallery owner Susan Powell. “From bold brushwork and gesture of impressionist oils to realist depictions of seasonal panoramas, the exhibition presents a fantastic variety of views.”

    ​Participating artists are: Kathy Anderson, Del-Bourree Bach, Ira Barkoff, Harley Bartlett, ​Peter Bergeron, ​Kelly Birkenruth, Dan Brown, Ken Davies, Grace M. DeVito, Chris J.T. Dixon, David Dunlop, John Falato, Judy Friday, Curtis Hanson, Carol Jenkins, James Magner, Anne McGrory, Leonard Mizerek, Cora Ogden, Deborah Quinn-Munson, Polly Seip, Claudia Seymour, Dennis Sheehan, George Van Hook.

  • New Works

    Every two weeks, we’ll be sharing new paintings on our New Works page

    Realist John Falato is new to the gallery and just finished the intricately detailed “Prospect Hill Beech.” In the more painterly “Sycamore” there’s an exciting juxtaposition of lights and darks. Cascading light brings out the character of this beautiful, weathered tree. The mesmerizing bird’s eye view of “Gay Head, Martha’s Vineyard” is a sweeping panorama painted on a mere 8 x 20 inch oil on panel.
    Chris Dixon’s “The Passage” at 36 x 48 inches, offers a majestic window to a serene world.
    Gulls gather on pilings over sparkling water watching the end of a peaceful, summer day in Polly Seip’s “The Afternoon Post.”
    Dan Brown’s trompe l’oeil “About Aug. Is My Time” captures the glow of a warm sunset at West Wharf Beach in Madison. The scene is so detailed that you want to reach out and touch the bent corner of the painted postcard to see if it’s real.
    Deborah Quinn-Munson’s oils “Cool,” and “Summer Breeze” are tranquil depictions of nature. Deborah finds inspiration in water, reflections, marsh and sea grass. Thick, textured layers of paint applied with a painting knife channel the Abstract Expressionists whose gestural brushwork and strong composition she admires.

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circlesg3Voted Best Gallery to Buy Art, Susan Powell Fine Art represents 40 award-winning and emerging artists. Located in picturesque downtown Madison, CT, at 679 Boston Post Road, the gallery has over 30 years experience in creating and building private collections, and specializes in art for all budgets. .

Monthly exhibitions feature award-winning artists of landscapes, marines, still lifes, figurative, New York City and Abstract oils.

​Hours: Tues-Saturday 11- 5 pm, and anytime by appointment.

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679 Boston Post Road

Madison, CT 06443

T: 203-318-0616


Tues-Sat 11 am -  5 pm
and anytime by appointment