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Barbara McDevitt

Barbara McDevitt Art

Lynn, MA

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I have had an interest in painting since early childhood; fascinated by watercolors and loving works of oil on canvas, especially seascapes. My beginnings as an artist were first with oils on canvas. For many, many years my camera was always near my side and ready to be used snapping a scene or image that would later be used as a basis for a future painting. My interest in photography is part of my desire to by an artist. While browsing through the images here just click on a thumbnail to enlarge and get a better view.

After discovering this print on demand site to offer prints of my paintings that required a better quality camera a whole new artistic opportunity was opened and I discovered that people actually like my photography which I enjoy so much.

In April of 2011 Curator John Quatrale of the Brighton-Allston Heritage Museum selected 15 of my photographs for the ReNew Exhibition of paintings, photographs and mixed media related to historic properties and preservation. A framed photo of Boston Swan Boats was purchased at that exhibit and then donated to the museum. It is now part of their permanent exhibits.

I also have a passionate interest in carousels and have traveled many miles just to add to more than 1000 images of these beautiful artistic creations. Visit the group HAPPINESS MACHINES OF CHILDHOOD here to see many more wonderful images of carousel and merry-go-rounds from around the work.

I frequently offer Limited Time Promotions of prints on canvas for purchase here. Use the contact link to request more information or to request an image you would like to see offered.

Please visit my website Rose Cottage Gallery for a more complete biography and current news and events on the NEWS page there.

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PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL WORKS IN THIS PORTFOLIO ARE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT LAW, AND MAY NOT BE USED IN PART, OR WHOLE, WITHOUT EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE ARTIST. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED AND ALL WORKS ARE © BARBARA MCDEVITT

 

Cape Cod Vacation Land by Barbara McDevitt

 

Wonderful Wellfleet by Barbara McDevitt

 

Duck Eggs by Barbara McDevitt

 

Decadent Fruit Tart by Barbara McDevitt

 

Don't Drink the Water by Barbara McDevitt

 

ABiYOYO by Barbara McDevitt

 

Welcome to Wellfleet by Barbara McDevitt

 

Wellfleet Shellfish and Naviator by Barbara McDevitt

 

Pretty Kitty Paper Doll Kit by Barbara McDevitt

 

Time Passes by Barbara McDevitt

 

Swimming Lessons Two by Barbara McDevitt

 

Goosed Times Three by Barbara McDevitt

 

Arch of Ducklings by Barbara McDevitt

 

Swimming Lessons by Barbara McDevitt

 

Just Paddle Like Me by Barbara McDevitt

 

Bendix Fuel Pump by Barbara McDevitt

 

Sweet Spot by Barbara McDevitt

 

crocuses by Barbara McDevitt

 

Sunday Peace by Barbara McDevitt

 

Fallen Petals by Barbara McDevitt

 

Purple Iris by Barbara McDevitt

 

Cast Off by Barbara McDevitt

 

Pond Petals by Barbara McDevitt

 

Jeweled Tones by Barbara McDevitt

 

Culling Oysters by Barbara McDevitt

 

Through the Portal by Barbara McDevitt

 

Sagamore Bridge Black and White by Barbara McDevitt

 

This Way to the Cape by Barbara McDevitt

 

Stony Brook by Barbara McDevitt

 

Wellfleet Shellfish Dept by Barbara McDevitt

 

Mac's Seafood by Barbara McDevitt

 

Duck Crossing Sign by Barbara McDevitt

 

Sparkle by Barbara McDevitt

 

Mold Portrait by Barbara McDevitt

 

September Garden by Barbara McDevitt

 

Dandelion Tada by Barbara McDevitt

 

Gary Cooper Repro by Barbara McDevitt

 

Boat at the Pond by Barbara McDevitt

 

The Boat by Barbara McDevitt

 

Ready for the Dance by Barbara McDevitt

 

Single Red Tulip by Barbara McDevitt

 

Pink Hydrangea by Barbara McDevitt

 

What Ever by Barbara McDevitt

 

Bay Sailing by Barbara McDevitt

 

This Way to the Beach by Barbara McDevitt

 

Beyond the Marsh by Barbara McDevitt

 

Eugene Gladstone O'Neill by Barbara McDevitt

 

Berries Vines and Brick by Barbara McDevitt