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Stockwell show at South Pine Street in Nevada City

Stockwell’s painting of the U.S.S. Constitution (aka Old Ironsides), the nation’s oldest naval vessel afloat.
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Mike Stockwell’s paintings will be shown at South Pine Street Café in Nevada City, with about 25 works on display and for sale now through Aug. 31.

Included in the display is Stockwell’s painting of the U.S.S. Constitution (aka Old Ironsides), the nation’s oldest naval vessel afloat. The view is through a cannon port looking out toward the Boston skyline. The painting was selected out of 2,400 entries.

Stockwell entered this work in the year 2000 Arts for the Parks contest, and it was selected as one of the top 100 paintings to tour the country for a year. It was exhibited in various prestigious venues, and Stockwell was honored to be part of such a successful tour.



The second picture is a pastel of the American River at Folsom. It was selected as one of the top 15 percent Judge’s Picks in the February, 2017 Boldbrush contest run by his online gallery, Fine Art Studio Online.


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