Saturday, May 31, 2014


Framed and ready to show
Old Homestead
"Old Homestead," 12" x 12", acrylic and china marker on Masonite, 2014.

A note from Ann Coates of Bishop's Stock Fine Art, Craft & Wine:

During June Bishop's Stock will have two features - small paintings by a group of our artists and   watercolors by C. Keith Whitelock. Showing small paintings are Deborah Rolig, Barbara Mowery, Lynne Lockhart and Nancy West. Their work includes Deborah's expressive figures,  Barbara's simple landscapes, Lynne's girls on the beach and Nancy's wildlife pastels.  Our other feature introduces Keith Whitelock to the gallery. Keith is well-known in the region for his paintings of working boats, bay side marshes and waterfowl. He is a signature member of the American Society of Marine Artists and his work has been featured in publications throughout the area. We are very pleased to welcome Keith to Bishop's Stock. Our opening reception is June 6 from 5 to 8

On June 11 the Prothonotary Birding trail owned and maintained by The Nature Conservancy will be dedicated as the Worcester County Forest in the national Old-Growth Forest Network, the first national organization working specifically to preserve ancient forests. The trail is located off Creek and Nassawango Roads. The dedication is at 4:30 to be followed by a "toast" to Worcester County's addition to the network at Bishop's Stock. For more information

Scot Dolby will be our June Artist-in-Residence on June 21 and 22. Be sure to stop by and see his latest work and chat with him about his use of cigar boxes in his mixed media paintings or his interest in fly fishing. Scot will be our featured artist in November. 
The next big events in Snow Hill are the Canoe Joust and Independence Day Fireworks on July 5. Since we will be closed on July 4 our opening reception for Jan Crooker will be July 5 from 5 to 8. Downtown businesses will be open late that day so come discover what we have to offer and enjoy a small town celebration. 

I hope to see you in the gallery!
Ann Coates

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