Watercolor artist exhibits artwork
WARDSBORO- The Wardsboro Public Library is exhibiting the watercolors of Barry Moross. He specializes in still life, landscapes, and portraits and likes to paint from the inspiration he derives from his Wardsboro locale.
Now retired after 40-plus years as a commercial film editor in New York and Massachusetts, Moross lives in West Wardsboro. Previously he and his wife Noreen opened a boutique editing company in downtown Boston on Newbury Street and maintained it there for many years.
Moross has always been fascinated by the beauty and versatility of watercolor painting. His intention is that his work capture the freshness and luminosity of the ethereal watercolor medium.
Wardsboro and its surrounds offer a wealth of subjects he can apply to his art. He is drawn to subjects that evoke pleasant memories from his own past and provide a sense of more peaceful times in history.
The art will be on display at the library at 170 Main Street during library hours through November.
For more information call (802) 896-6988 or visit www.wardsboropubliclibrary.org. To see more of Moross’ watercolors visit morossart.com.