Chuck Boucher has a working studio at The Narrows Center in Fall River Ma. That space he calls Taylespun Studio is where he creates his artwork on the second floor of the restored mill building on the historic waterfront of his hometown.
He has worked and exhibited nearly constantly since his first solo show in 1985. That work continues, although his focus and muse have evolved. His recent work aspired to uncover a new personal peace through painting. His very personal color palette highlights his intent, not to recreate portraits of these locations, but his discovery of personal peace and emotional balance. He expresses these discoveries with line, value and hue. His muse has been kind.
Life along the New England shoreline is filled with hard work, hard play and extraordinary beauty. The giclee prints included in this first collection, explore the beauty of the light, the vessels and the shoreline. One can almost feel the sea spray in the air welcoming a new day.
These giclee prints are recreated from original oil paintings and drawings featuring beaches and working fishing ports throughout New England, including Rockport, Westport, and Provincetown, Massachusetts, as well as Ogunquit, Maine.
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Please note that due to global supply chain issues regarding availability of strainer stock, production of stretched canvases may be delayed.