A retrospective exhibition of Susan Sellers’s plein air works opens this Sunday, April 20, with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
Ms. Sellers’s show of nearly 30 pieces, primarily oils with a few pastels and giclées, reflects the Vineyard. The gas pump on North Road, an abandoned Chilmark tractor, a weathered house — such things inspire Ms. Sellers and imbue her art with a timelessness.
“You could say I paint disappearing icons of the old Vineyard,” she said. “Mostly what I paint are subjects that move me.”
Ms. Sellers’s works include Quitsa Pond at twilight, East Chop shadows on the shore, and the red house off North Road — all are included in this Featherstone retrospective.
The show will hang in the gallery from noon to 4 p.m. daily through April 30. For details, call 508 693-1850 or visit online Featherstonearts.org.