Noted realist painter Robert Douglas Hunter, a prominent figure in the Boston School and arguably the foremost student (along with Richard Lack) of R.H. Ives Gammell, will serve as juror for the Adams Farm 2013 Paint Out, scheduled for September 7 in Walpole, Massachusetts.
Dianne Panarelli Miller, the 2012 first prize winner, with her winning painting.
The iconic red barn of Adams Farm, in Walpole, Massachusetts.
Artists must register for the Paint Out and pay the $35 entry fee by check by August 31. Half of the entry fees will go toward the nonprofit organization that maintains Adams Farm; the other half of the fees will go into the pool from which cash awards will be given. All media are welcome. Registration is limited to 40 artists. The rain date is the following day, September 8. For more information, visit the website for the Paint Out.