From time to time, I hit the road to explore different landscapes, the real ones and the landscapes of memory. Recently, I took my minimal watercolor setup and a sketch book to Kentucky for a self-directed residency.Read More
Current and Upcoming:
Is There Something We Can Do:: Dudley Zopp and Richard Reitz Smith
Steel House, Rockland, Maine
November 12 - December 8, 2018
Pecha Kucha Midcoast Maine, Rockport Opera House, January 25, 2019
Greenhut Galleries, Portland, Maine, February 2019
Here in Lincolnville, the back field’s been mowed and the front meadows await their turn, awash in goldenrod and asters. It’s a visual confusion of color and texture that provides habitat and opportunity for new paintings.
By now in most states, schools have started up and that has me thinking about books. Specifically, I'd like to share what's happening as I continue to cross-pollinate books and drawings.Read More
The Litchfield County Times has posted a review of Susan Finnegan's and my collaborative work at the Washington Art Association. Read more . . . .
In an article on Vasari 21, Ann Landi proves that "Blooms, posies, blossom, and gardens will never go out of style." Two of my botanical paintings are included in the mix. Read more . . . .
"Artist Dudley Zopp finds inspiration from trees in own backyard" - read Kay Stephens' interview in the PenBay Pilot
As I get ready for upcoming presentations about my work, I've been thinking about 19th century landscape painters who've inspired me, and what my response has been to artists like Théodore Rousseau, whose painting, Le Printemps, is pictured here.Read More
My statement about the collaborative drawings that Susan Bogle Finnegan and I did in Louisville in 1993, and more about Side by Side, the exhibition of our work that she's curated for the Washington Art Association in Connecticut. We used charcoal, acrylic, brushes, and our hands to paint with, but the most fun was had with a broom. Photo credit: Richard Bram.Read More
My March newsletter was all about woodlots, and generated some lovely conversations. And here we are, it's Arbor Week in Maine, and I'm eager to share some of what I'm learning about the uncanny lives of trees.Read More
Last summer, I acquired the two acre field behind my house, Since then, I've been thinking about how best to care for that additional piece of land. It's time to get started.Read More
News about my artist’s books and exhibitions they’re featured in.Read More