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This painting is really about light and the dark contrasts that reveal it. These three boats were all covered and huddled together, reminding me of three friends talking and sharing secrets.
Painting of a simple country scene in fall and late afternoon light.
The sun is strong and and spring color is starting to appear in this scene from North Bennington, Vermont.
Original watercolor en plein air landscape painting of the landscape in early spring. This scene was done along McCullough Road, in North Bennington Vermont.
This watercolor landscape painting depicts a scene near the train yard in Hudson, New York on a rainy day.
An intimate and moody scene of a rainy day in autumn. The roads are wet and shiny, the fall color is sodden and diminished.
Watercolor Seascape painting inspired by the rugged backshore area of Gloucester, MA.
This watercolor painting depicts an old gatepost that stands near the ruins of a cottage in Franny Reese State Park. October light infuses the whole scene with warmth.
The Blue Farm is an original watercolor landscape painting. This en plein air work depicts a working farm – painted in various shades of blue.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Tony Conner is a self-taught watercolor artist. His artistic journey is best characterized as an apprenticeship to the unique disciplines of watercolor.
His paintings are recognized for their unique style and expressive quality.
Most of his work is produced “en plein air” or through direct observation of the subject.
Tony is a Signature Member of the New England Watercolor Society, an Artist Member of the Vermont Watercolor Society, and Artist Member of the North Shore Artists Association and New York’s venerable Salmagundi Club.