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James Chisholm
Collective Exhibition
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Dawn on the Marsh
Oil on Canvas
38" x 46" 

    Dawn on the Marsh

    Oil on Canvas
    38" x 46"
  • Cross Street Cornfield
Watercolor on Paper
21" x 28" 

    Cross Street Cornfield

    Watercolor on Paper
    21" x 28"
  • Bass Rocks, East Gloucester
Oil on Canvas
28" x 34" 

    Bass Rocks, East Gloucester

    Oil on Canvas
    28" x 34"
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Watercolor on Paper
21" x 28" 

    Boxford, Millbrook Onsite

    Watercolor on Paper
    21" x 28"
  • Ipswich River, Topsfield, East View
Watercolor on Paper
28" x 21" 

    Ipswich River, Topsfield, East View

    Watercolor on Paper
    28" x 21"
  • Topsfield Meadow Early Afternoon
Oil on Canvas
46" x 38" 

    Topsfield Meadow Early Afternoon

    Oil on Canvas
    46" x 38"
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James Chisholm

JAMES CHISHOLM

Collective Exhibition
November 2 – November 23, 2021
Reception: Thursday, November 4, 2021 6-8 PM

James Ross Chisholm’s paintings depict the scenic landscape of the Northeastern coast of the United States. In a nod to the French and American 19th-Century landscape painters, Chisholm works en plein air. By inserting himself directly into nature, Chisholm has developed an interest in how the atmospheric conditions influence his compositions. He welcomes nature’s accidents and uses the unpredictability as an artistic impetus. How will the cold impact his palette? Will the rain leave traces on his canvas? How will the light, color, or mood change?

Based in Salem, Massachusetts, Chisholm’s work can be found in collections throughout Massachusetts and New York. A graduate of Northeastern University, receiving his Bachelor of Science, Chisholm later attended the Boston Museum School and the Massachusetts College of Art where he received his Master of Science in Art Education has been teaching art since 1973.







Outside the Gallery

James Chisholm and his students create a brilliant mural every year.

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