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JACK WINSLOW

Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not

KAREN AND JACK WINSLOW have been painting side by side since 1973, when they began studying oil painting with Frank Mason at the Art Students League of New York, as well as in Mason's landscape painting workshops in Vermont. In 1979, they moved to Vermont and established the Winslow Art Studio. For the past thirty-six years, they have been producing and selling their paintings through various galleries and raising their five children. Although they paint a broad range of subject matter, their paintings focus on light and movement and are all created from life, not photographs. 

 

The Winslows are among the few artists today who are reviving and upholding "Old Master" techniques and traditional craftsmanship. They grind most of their paints, make their own mediums and

b. 1949

varnishes, and prepare the finest Belgian or Irish linen, panels, or
100% rag paper with the best grounds. Their works hang in homes and
offices throughout the United States and abroad.


American Artist Magazine did a feature article on the Winslows in 1991, with one of Jack's paintings on the cover. Karen is an active teacher locally and beyond, regularly leading workshops for Lyme Art Association in Old Lyme, CT, Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester, VT, and more, in addition to teaching together with Jack at Winslow Art Studio in Cambridge, VT. Their work hangs in homes and offices throughout the United States and abroad.
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