Richard Marion’s Art Talk in Dracut, March 27
March 26, 2012 by PaulM Posted in Culture, History, Lowell Leave a Comment
Regular visitors to richardhowe.com have seen his colorful paintings and distinctive drawings.
The Moses Greeley Parker Library in Dracut will present “A Night with Richard Marion: Lowell–The Observed and Painted City” tomorrow, Tuesday, March 27, at 7.00 pm at Dracut’s public library, 28 Arlington Street. The illustrated lecture is free and open to the public. He will talk about his artwork and how Lowell has been a compelling subject for him since the 1960s.
“Richard Marion captures in his linear drawings landmarks of the city. With ink, pencil, and watercolor, his posters and montages of Lowell and its surrounding environment reveal an eye for essential and picturesque composition.”
—Ann Shector, Lowell Sun