Date: Sat October 7, 2017
Time: sunrise to sunset, registration starts at 9am, 1 Honey Hill Ln, Lyme, CT
Place: Moulson Pond, Mt Archer Road, Lyme CT
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The 6th Annual en plein air Paint-Out sponsored by the Lyme Land Conservation Trust and Lyme Art Association will be held again on October 7, due to unsettled weather on Saturday September 30.
The paint-out continues the tradition established by the early American Impressionists who founded the Lyme Art Colony over a hundred years ago. All plein air artists are invited to join their colleagues for a beautiful Spring weekend of outdoor painting and camaraderie.
The Red Mill at Moulson Pond, a historic landmark on the Eightmile River, is believed to be the original structure built by Duncan MacIntosh as a grist mill circa 1785. The building had almost continuous business use until it became a residence in the 1950s.
Directions: Rte. 156 to Mr. Archer Road. Continue over Bridge (Red Mill on left; Moulson Pond on right). Left after Bridge onto Honey Hill Lane.
Works created during the 2017 Paint-Out are eligible for exhibition and sale during the Celebrating Lyme’s Beauty Exhibition, to be held at the Lyme Art Association from November 10, 2017 through Januray 5, 2018.
For more information about registration, directions and parking, call the Lyme Art Association at (860) 434-7802 or contact email@example.com
Photo: Moulson Pond Red Mill by Susan Henderson