The work of watercolor artist Richard Denzer will be on display at the Terrace Cafe for the month of July into early August. There will be a reception on Thursday, July 11th, from 7 to 9 p.m. to celebrate the new exhibit.
Denzer has been painting in watercolor for more than 30 years, painting architectural renderings of antique homes and executing commissioned house portraits. “I love painting subjects of my own choosing, and hope to concentrate more and more on what attracts my visual interest – a rusty antique automobile, a dilapidated barn in an overgrown field, an old abandoned home with weathered clapboards and peeling paint," he says.
Denzer has exhibited paintings at the Rhode Island Watercolor Society Gallery in Pawtucket, MA, as well as The Zullo Gallery in Medfield, MA, Barnes and Noble Café in Walpole, and local public libraries. He also teaches watercolor painting classes at the Dover Community Education Department and Teen/Adult Watercolor at the Franklin Art Center.
The public is invited to the July 11th opening of Denzer's show at The Terrace Cafe, 36 South St. His paintings will be available for purchase during the exhibit's run. To reach the artist, send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of his house portrait work may also be found on his Facebook page Curb Appeal Portraits