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    I had the day off --my first in a couple of weeks--and it was absolutely beautiful out so I decided to go painting. My original plan was to go up to Hingham to paint--I have a spot all selected--so I hit the road around 8:30, but soon ran into traffic. I realized that if I went to Hingham, I wouldn't be able to accomplish Part 2 of my art plans for the day--drawing at Kate Huntington's figure drawing session in Providence (it's totally excellent! you should go!). So I turned around and headed south on 95 in the general direction of Providence and ended up getting off in Pawtucket. Keep in mind, I've driven past this exit possibly a thousand times in my years in Massachusetts and this was the first one where I thought, "Slater Mill! Hmm... I wonder what that looks like?" Well, it looks fantastic. I'm kicking myself! I went back there two more times, there's that much to paint. I did the little view of the Pawtucket River below, then headed over to Kate's for some drawing. More artwork at

    About Marc Clamage

    Marc Clamage is one of the foremost completely unknown artists in the world today. He paints and occasionally shows around New England, most recently at the Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show (2017), where he did not win a prize. He attended Tyler School of Art and then Boston University for his MFA, studying along the way with David Leffel and Harvey Dinnerstein at the Art Students' League and National Academy of Design respectively. One of Mr. Clamage's paintings is in the permanent collection of the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT.   About his art Mr. Clamage says, "There are two kinds of artists: those who look within themselves for inspiration, and those who look outside themselves. I belong emphatically in the second group. I am not interested in self-expression; I am interested in other-expression. I work exclusively from life in the representational tradition. I paint what I see."

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