features Plein Air Impressionist oil paintings by Hilda Neily, of the cottages, gardens, boats, bays and dunes of Provincetown, North light and Outdoor Still Life paintings.
Hilda Neily started painting with Henry Hensche at The Cape School in Provincetown in the early 1970's. Hensche started The Cape School in 1933, carrying on and developing the ideas of his teacher, Charles Hawthorne, who started the first art school in Provincetown. It was Hawthorne's school that led to Provincetown becoming one of America's preeminent art communities.
Neily worked intensely with Henry Hensche for over a decade, maintaining a close relationship with Hensche attending daily classes. Now, after more than thirty-five years, Neily continues to paint and teach in this important tradition. Hilda Neily invites you to explore and enjoy these paintings that are a part of a great artistic heritage.
The Gallery will also be exhibiting works by Byrne Marston Plein Air Watercolorist.
Address: 364 Commercial Street Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA Phone: 508.487.6300, 508.487.0144 Cell: 727.743.6393
Hilda Neily Workshops