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GEORGE CARPENTER is a painter of impressionist watercolor landscapes.
He has exhibited in the United States, Canada, and abroad, including at
the American Watercolor Society; the National Academy of Design; Allied
Artists of America; the Salmagundi Club; National Arts Club; American
ArtistsProfessional League; Hudson Valley Art Association; and the
Hammond Museum. Other group shows were at the Anchorage Fine Arts
Museum, Black Hills State College, Copley Society and many more.

Carpenter relocated to Maine with his wife, Virginia who is an artist herself, in 1963.
He opened his own gallery in 1983 in Perkins Cove in the current location of
Beth Ellis Studio Gallery on Perkins Cove Road. Carpenter's work reflects a deep love and appreciation for New England and the Maine shore, and he was a an active member of the Rockport Art Association. Carpenter painted outside his studio in Perkins Cove regularly, and was a fixture in the cove, becoming known as "the mayor of the Cove." Painting in front of his studio when he took ill, Carpenter passed away on June 18, 2006.
The Loggers

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