David at his easel getting ready for a final layer on this 30x40 harbor scene.

David Lussier

David Lussier is an award winning contemporary impressionist and nationally recognized plein air painter and workshop instructor. He is a painter in the purist sense of the word. In his poetic and intimate oil landscapes he strives to capture the essence and sense of place of his subject matter. His use of bold broad brushwork brings the surfaces to life and begs the viewer to return for a second look. David started his career as a commercially trained illustrator, but he quickly realized that his passion was in the fine arts. He has been painting professionally for more than twenty five years, has garnered more than 75 prizes for his work and is in numerous private and corporate collections throughout the United States. His work has been featured in many art journals and he is a professional member of some of the finest art associations and groups in the country. 

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Galleries:

Landmark Gallery, Kennebunkport Maine
Wiscasset Bay Gallery, Wiscasset Maine
Todd Bonita Galleries, Ogunquit Maine/Portsmouth New Hampshire
McBride Gallery, Annapolis Maryland
Finger Lakes Gallery, Canandaigua New York
David Lussier Gallery/Studio, Willington Connecticut

Recent Awards:

2014 Award of Excellence, Connecticut Plein Air Painters Society Annual Exhibition
2014 First Place Award, Paint Annapolis, Annapolis MD
2014 First Place Award, Dueling Brushes Quick Draw, Annapolis MD
2014 Second Place Award, Easels In Frederick, Frederick MD

 
Pam painting at her easel shortly after receiving her kidney transplant.

Pamela Lussier

Pamela Lussier is best described as a painterly realist. A 1978 graduate of the Art Institute of Boston, Pam has been painting and teaching classes and workshops for more than twenty five years. Pam has an intense passion for her work as a fine artist. She was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a blood cancer, seven years ago which resulted in the loss of her kidney function 7 years ago. Though her cancer has remained in total remission for 6 years she had to receive dialysis treatment. Pam continued to paint and teach. Her positive work ethic and attitude made her an inspiration to all those around her. Family, friends and students have all been touched by Pam's ability to press on with a sense of normality, often putting their needs above her own. Recently she received a new donor kidney and is thriving with this new chance at life. She is once again painting full time and looking forward to fully participating in the art community.

Galleries

Todd Bonita Galleries, Ogunquit Maine/Portsmouth New Hampshire
Finger Lakes Gallery, Canandaigua New York
David Lussier Gallery/Studio, Willington Connecticut