Karen Winslow art

An exhibit of Karen Winslow’s paintings has opened at Copley Woodlands, 125 Thomas Lane, Stowe, and can be seen daily through July between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Winslow has been a professional artist since 1970 — a fashion illustrator for pattern companies and retail stores in New York City, a courtroom sketcher for news organizations, an art instructor leading drawing and painting workshops around the country.

She paints landscape, still life, floral and portrait painting and sells through galleries.

Winslow studied illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology and painting at the Art Students League in New York City. She moved to Cambridge in 1979 and established the Winslow Art Studio with her husband and fellow artist, Jack. This year, Winslow Art Studio celebrates its 40th year.

All paintings in the exhibit were painted outdoors, using traditional oils or watercolor and gouache.

Winslow says, “The beauty of creation is revealed through its ever-changing light and mood, and although elusive, is always inspiring, and it continually compels me to pick up a brush.” Information: Cathy Wright, 253-7200, cathyw@copleywoodlands.com.

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