My paintings may be seen and purchased at my new store, 30 Main street Ayer, MA 01432. There are over 200 reasonably priced original watercolors available. Many are inexpensive classroom demos.
Store hours By chance or appointment. Wed- 11:00 AM to 3:00PM--Thurs- 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM---Fri 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM --Sat 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
978-772-2001 or 772-3998
30 Main Street [Rt 2 A] Ayer, MA -38 miles west of Boston at the intersection of Rt 495 &Rt 2
Watercolor Step by Step Classes
From “never painted before” to “seasoned expert”, hundreds of students have enjoyed Harding’s ‘Step by Step’ demonstration method. Preliminary sketch to finished painting, Harding covers all aspects of the process: drawing, perspective, color mixing, brush work, and special “tricks”.
The Thursday Morning class is 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM.
The Thursday Afternoon class is 4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
The Friday Morning class is 10:00AM to 12:30 PM
The Classes are $30.00 each. You pay only for classes you attend.
30 Main Street Ayer, MA 01432 Tel: 978-772-2001 or 772-3998 eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
An award winning New England Watercolorist.
Mr. Bush is a June 1961 graduate of Boston University. In July 1961 he was commissioned a 2D LT USAR. He was assigned to the 357th Artillery Detachment.
This unit was then attached to the French Air Force where he served as a team leader while stationed in southern Germany.
After discharge he pursued a career in marketing.
As a full time artist since 1975, Mr. Bush has painted and placed over 1550 paintings.
He studied watercolor at Atlantic Union College with Roger Blum
and Anatomy and Life Drawing at the
DeCordova Museum School
with the late King Coffin.
He is recognized as a prolific and distinguished award winning New England Watercolorist.
The following is a partial list
of Corporate collectors of Mr. Bush*s work.
* North Middlesex Savings Bank*
*All Boston Banks *E.F Huttion * Very Fine *
* Waltham Savings * Harvard Financial*
*U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service *
*Hill and Barlow*
Mr. Bush's works have been widely exhibited,
including the following.
*Boston City Hall *Boston Symphony Hall *
*The Copley Society * Fitchburg Art Museum*
*The Groton School *The Lawrence Academy *
*The Newport Art Association*
*Sturbridge Village*Concord Library *