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  Hiram Ball
  Joan Brancale
  Anne Boucher
  William Burnham
  Eli Cedrone
  Vera Champlin
  Ann Trainor Domingue
  Marguerite E. Falconer
  F. Ronald Fowler
  Sue Gilkey
  Lois Griffel
  Laura Griffith
  Ann Hart
  Susan Hollis
  Don Krohn
  Elizabeth Lazeren
  Barney Levitt
  Carol Maguire
  Joe Moniz
  Ginny Nickerson
  Kenneth Northup
  Jo Ellen Reinhardt
  Jo Ann Ritter
  Pharr Schulenburg
  William Simpson
  Odin K. Smith
  Charles Sovek
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Ann Trainor Domingue

 

  About the artist

Ann Trainor Domingue By the Dawn's Early Light
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 30” x 30”
Gallery wrap frame
$2,400
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Working the Angles
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 36” x 36”
Gallery wrap frame
$3,200
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Sparkling Back Bay, Boston
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 20” x 24”
Framed: 21 x 25
$1,100
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Floating Abstraction
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 22” x 30”
Gallery wrap frame
$1,800
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Shore Shapes II
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 24” x 12”
Gallery wrap frame
$975
 
Ann Trainor Domingue   Ann Trainor Domingue

Woven Light, Provincetown
each panel 36 x 36, total 36 x 72, acrylic on canvas      $6,400.

 
Ann Trainor Domingue Hard Day's Work
Acrylic
Image size: 24” x 36”
Studio frame
$2,200
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Daybreak, Provincetown
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 36” x 36”
Studio frame
$2,800
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Side Yard Pine
Acrylic on panel
Image size: 12” x 12”
Studio frame
$525
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Low Tide Repeat
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 12” x 24”
Studio frame
$975
 
Ann Trainor Domingue Summer Quiet
Acrylic on canvas
Image size: 18” x 18”
Studio frame
$775
 
Ann Trainor Domingue   Working Dock, Low Tide
Acrylic on panel
Image size: 24” x 36”
Studio frame
$1,800
 

Ann (Mason) Trainor Domingue was born in Fall River, Massachusetts and lived many years in Barrington, Rhode Island before moving to New Hampshire in 1987. She currently lives in Goffstown, New Hampshire. She is a graduate of Rhode Island College with a BA Studio degree in painting and has pursued a career as an artist working as a graphic designer, illustrator, teacher and painter.

Ann is a juried artist member of the Copley Society of Art in Boston. Her work hangs in many private and public collections across the country including the permanent collection of the McIninch Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University, Keene State College Student Center, Hampshire Plaza Tower, Tenn and Tenn law firm, Catholic Medical Center and Manchester Place in Manchester, NH. Her work has been juried into the Currier Museum of Art/New Hampshire Art Association Annual Exhibition for several years, the New Hampshire Biennial, as well as New England Watercolor Society national and regional exhibitions. Her career as an advertising art director and designer has contributed greatly to her sense of composition and use of color. Although experienced in the use of several computer programs it is still the tactile qualities of paint — oil, watercolor and acrylic — as well as all kinds of art tools that continue to be her preferred medium.

Artist’s Statement

I delight in disorder. Think a little messy is healthy. Find unmanicured far more interesting. Am attracted to the uncommon and risk-taker when handling a paintbrush. Without one, I’m a scaredy cat. There, I’ve said it.

It’s about the surface textures, lines, and the large compositional forms. What abstract or simplified elements can I use to create an art piece that speaks the language of both abstracted design and reality? Can I walk the line that speaks to both literal and abstract — satisfying both  linear and unfamiliar-is-fun sides of my brain? I create art that is grounded in reality while obviously playing with it — reshaping forms and reinterpreting color. Lines sometimes do the heavy lifting and carry the piece, and at other times it’s color and form that speak the loudest. The megaphone is always changing — from almost silent mode to very loud. I am always keenly aware of the fundamental design of the piece and understand my interpretation translates differently to each viewer. And this is the language of art that I truly enjoy. Life is good.

Teaching Experience, classes and workshops

  • Currier Museum of Art, Art Center: various mediums as well as demonstrations and presentations
  • Cape Cod Art Association: Plein Air Conference in Orleans, September 2012
  • NH Institute of Art: Drawing in Color; Acrylic Basics
  • Granite State College: Watercolor

Awards and Select Show Acceptances

  • 13th Biennial North American Open Show 2012 sponsored by New England Watercolor Society, juried by Tom Lynch. Artwork selected watercolor and ink titled, Old School Shadows. Winner of Jerry's Artarama Award.

  • NH Art Association 62nd Currier Exhibition at Currier Museum of Art, January 2011. Juried by Jen Mergel, Beal Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Dina Deitsch, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA. One of 49 pieces selected from over 225 entries, titled Winter View South.

  • NH Art Association 60th Currier Exhibition, hosted by NH Institute of Art, Manchester, NH, January 2008. Juried by Cynthia Reeves, Spheris Gallery-NH and NYC. One of 50 peices selected from 150 entrants for piece titled, Lobster Lessons.

  • Juried into 2009 New England Watercolor Society Regional Exhibition, "Reflections In Line" watercolor/ink. Exhibition held at Westfield State College Gallery, Westfield, MA.
    Juried into 2007 Vision and Voice Exhibition: Art As Social and Political Commentary, sponsored by the NHAA, one of 59 artists selected from 160 applicants. Juried by Univ. So. Maine Professor of Art.

  • Accepted to NHAA/Currier Museum of Art Exhibtion 2007, juror Karen Burgess Smith, director Lamont Gallery, Philips Exeter Academy. Winner of Dr. Paul and Duddy Costello Memorial Award, one of ten awards. Selected from 70 works in the exhibition.

  • NH Art Association Parfitt Memorial Show, September 2006, third place. Juror DeWitt Hardy.

  • Accepted to NHAA/Currier Museum of Art Exhibtion 2006, juror Mary Harding, curator of George Marshall Gallery, Kittery, Maine.

  • Accepted into NH Institute of Art Juried Biennial Show 2005, Manchester, NH, juror Daryl Furthkamp, director of Kimball Jenkins Art Center, Concord, NH.

  • Accepted into Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, NH, Juried Black and White Show, November 2005, jurors Robert Seaman and Dustin Knight.

  • Invitational, The Gallery on Chase Hill, Kennebunkport, ME, 3rd Annual Scholarship Show proceeds benefitting Maine College of Art Scholarship Fund, August 27-September 26, 2005.

  • NHAA/Currier Museum of Art Exhibition 2005, Georgeopoulas Award for Drawing, ink and watercolor woodland landscape.

  • Andover Art in the Park, Andover, MA, 2004, Honorable Mention in acrylic.

  • Manchester Artists Association, Art in the Park, 2004, third in oil/acrylic.

  • Art Builds Community! selected “Stark Street Arch” painting for cover of 2004 Manchester Area Cultural Guide.

  • Manchester Artists Association, Art in the Park, 2003, third in oil/acrylic.

  • Greeley Park Art in the Park, 2003, first place acrylic.

  • Manchester Artists Association, Art in the Park, 2002, second in oil/acrylic.

  • NHAA/Prescott Park Arts Festival Juried Exhibition, 2002, Honorable Mention.

  • National Trust for Historic Preservation, poster art “Preserving the Spirit of Place,” 2002, third place in national competition.

  • Manchester Artists Association, Art in the Park, 2001, Best of Show and second in oil/acrylic


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