November 2012 -- Jim O'Rourke

Artist's Statement
"My work is primarily land and seascape, still life and object painting and drawing. My medias are oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, colored pencil and pastel.
I like working from my photography, which I use as a reference library, as well as on site and inner inspiration. I have only recently decided to take my work out of the closet, (so to speak), and bring it to the public eye. I also handcraft and paint walking sticks and paint on wooden eggs and slate. I am currently painting or drawing almost every day and even being nearly flat broke, I am having the most productive and fulfilling time of my life which I would trade for nothing.
Check my web site often to view new additions to my gallery as they are produced.

I work on commission but have a wide variety of finished work available.
Write to me with comments please!
Your feedback and interest in my work is very important to me."

Jim O’Rourke has been an Artist for nearly forty years. He studied Fine Arts and Commercial Illustration at Shawsheen Valley Technical High School, in Billerica, MA and later received an Associate Degree in Graphic Design at Bunker Hill Community College, Charlestown, MA.
He furthered his education at Lowell University majoring in Fine Arts with a minor in Art History. Jim has displayed his work at an annual art competition/exhibit in Clinton, MA at the Museum of Russian Icons, an annual Arts and Crafters exhibit on the Townsend, MA common and in a competition and exhibit at the Fitchburg Art Museum.


Also exhibiting this month will be Carole Bouchard