Cynthia Rosen, “Lobster Pots in Rockport,” oil, 16 x 20 in. This piece was painted on site during the Cape Ann Plein Air Festival

Cynthia Rosen: Part of being an artist is the exploration that drives our path. For me, that is it’s greatest blessing, albeit at times difficult. These three paintings, based on the sights and sounds around me, illustrate different directions that my travels have recently taken me on, each providing it’s own lesson. Being an artist is a great endeavor. For, beyond ourselves, art at it’s best connects to others.

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oil painting of impression of berries; colors all around
Cynthia Rosen, “Behold the Winterberries,” oil, 36 x 48 in. This studio piece was painted when winterberries dotted the landscape fill with snow
oil painting small waterfall of stream, surrounded by trees
Cynthia Rosen, “By the Falls,” oil, 24 x 36 in. Awarded 3rd place at Wayne Plein Air Festival. I loved including the camouflaged fishermen