Lyn DuMoulin’s ‘Places of the Heart’ now at Jackson Gallery

Lyn DuMoulin spends her summers canoeing, bicycling, bird watching and hiking the deep country of the Adirondack mountains. Watercolors by the Middlebury artist reflect her passion for nature and outdoor activities with scenes from Vermont and the Adirondacks. She loves to paint people, canoes, mountains, and the back waters of the great North Country.
“The natural world and those places where it seems ‘God’s only been t’once’ grow in importance for me,” she said. “Reflections in water seem to mirror a deep, watchful presence in my life and often appear in my work. My work reflects my world; colorful and full of life.”
DuMoulin paints full time since retiring from a college teaching career and additional diverse professions. Though she does not have “formal art training” she has developed a high level of skill in watercolor techniques through study with several well-known established artists. Her work has won an award for excellence from the Vermont Watercolor Society in which she is a signature member. She has exhibited in several juried shows and Vermont galleries. An original painting hangs in the lobby of the Nature Conservancy at Keene Valley in the Adirondacks.
See her work on display now at the Jackson Gallery, located in the lower level of Town Hall Theater in Middlebury. An artist’s reception will be held this Friday, Oct. 6, from 5-7 p.m. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Saturday 12-5 p.m., and an hour before any public events in the building. For more information, call (802) 382-9222 or visit townhalltheater.org. On view Oct. 6-Nov. 12 at the Jackson Gallery, Middlebury

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