Plein Air Painting Sessions

Wednesday mornings throughout the summer!

6/27 SAQUATUCKET HARBOR, HARWICH PORT
Lots of area to paint!

7/04 WYCHMERE HARBOR, HARWICH PORT
Paint at the Town Dock or at the overlook.

7/11 CAPE COD’S IRISH PUB, WEST HARWICH
126 MA-28 at the Herring River in West Harwich. Park in the small lot just after the bridge. Paint the Hero anchored in the river or the marsh on either side of Route 28.

7/18 BELL’S NECK CONSERVATION LANDS, HARWICH
Take Bell’s Neck Road from Great Western Road, drive down dirt road to the West Reservoir, the wooden car bridge or take a left to the foot bridge. There are pull off spots for parking. Paint the river, marshes etc.

7/25 NAUSET HARBOR BEACH, EAST ORLEANS
Take MA-39 from Harwich Center to MA-28. Left on MA-28 to lights at junction of Eldredge Parkway and MA-28, take right turn on Tonset Road to lights on Main Street. Cross over, stay on Tonset Road to the end at Nauset Harbor Beach. Parking is limited.

8/01 RED RIVER BEACH, HARWICH
Paint the river, marsh, old footbridge or the beach area.

8/08 ROCK HARBOR, ORLEANS
Take MA-6A Orleans to lights. Turn left to Rock Harbor Rd. Cross MA-6, go to end and the Harbor. Lots of painting opportunities.

8/15 BREWSTER GENERAL STORE, BREWSTER
At the junction of MA-6A and MA-124 in Brewster. Great place to visit. Sketch and/or paint the building.

8/22 HARWICH CENTER
Paint the Church, Brooks Museum or any of the buildings around the center.

8/29 STONY BROOK GRIST MILL, BREWSTER
830 Stony Brook Road, Brewster. Go North on 134 turn right onto Airline Road bear right onto Setucket Road. Go down the hill, Stony Brook Road is on the left. You will see the grist mill across from the Herring run. A small parking lot is across from the mill.

9/05 FORT HILL, EASTHAM
Drive 1.7 miles north of the Orleans rotary on MA-6 and turn right at the flashing yellow light on Governor Prence Rd. Follow Fort Hill area signs for .4 miles

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Chris Banks painting en plein air at Saqutucket Harbor
Chris Banks painting en plein air at Saquatucket Harbor