Lully Schwartz: RAA Member Artist Solo Exhibition

Rockport Art Association & Museum is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent paintings by Lully Schwartz. The exhibition will open 25 June and remain on view through 14 July 2022. 

Exploring a range of subject matter, Lully Schwartz creates oil paintings that capture the light of summer with a spectacular range of colors.  Rich strokes of paint combine abstract qualities with realism to form Lully’s signature style of art.  Beach bathers, bold flowers and brilliant ocean surfaces seem to convey the artist’s love for sun-soaked moments found in Rockport and beyond.   “I paint the color of light with all its complexities, moments of joy, pain and beauty” explains Lully of her recent paintings.  This exhibition offers the audience visual art that reimagines Cape Ann from a contemporary perspective.      

LULLY SCHWARTZ (b. in Beverly, MA) graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1983 and today paints and teaches from her studio known as the North Shore Atelier.

Numerous past solo exhibitions include ‘Paris Work”, French Cultural Center, Boston; “Mid-career Retrospective” Gateway Gallery, Portsmouth, NH; and “Smith Cove Paintings”, Gloucester, MA. 

Group Exhibitions include Christie Street Gallery, NYC; Atlantic Wharf Gallery, Boston, MA; Prince Street Gallery, NYC; Mill Pond Gallery, Long Island, NY; JL Newbury St. Gallery, Boston; Cornell Museum of American Art & Culture, West Palm Beach FL; New York Public Library, NYC and more.

Lully Schwartz lives and works on the North Shore of Massachusetts.

Rockport Art Association & Museum, 12 Main Street, Rockport MA

Hours: 10 AM-5PM, Sunday 12-5, closed Mondays. Call 978-546-6604

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