Gallery 333, 333 Old Main Rd., N. Falmouth, MA, Arlene Hecht, owner and director.
Herb Edwards

Fishing Fleet
"Fishing Fleet"
Oil, 18" x 24"
Peak Hill Dune Shack
"Peak Hill Dune Shack"
Oil, 16" x 20"
The Cherry Orchard
"The Cherry Orchard"
Oil, "30 x 30"
Quissett Harbor
"Quissett Harbor"
Oil, "18 x 18"

Herb Edwards earned a BFA Degree from the University of New Mexico in 1963 and a MFA Degree in Painting and Photography from New York's Pratt Institute in 1970. A Professor of art for twenty years, Edwards has exhibited extensively in prestigious museums and galleries throughout the United States. His paintings are included in many private collections in the U.S. and abroad, including the American Embassy, New Guinea. In 1989, he left teaching and moved to a small artist' community in Northern New Mexico to paint the high desert landscape, exhibiting in Santa Fe and in New York. In 1997, Edwards moved to Cape Cod, where he was inspired to paint the unique light, coasts and marshes of the Cape, the hills and river valleys of New Hampshire and Vermont, as well as the coast and islands of Maine. His 'plein aire' painting trips to France, Italy and Dalmatia inspire his work and refresh his vision. Edwards and his wife, artist Lillia Frantin, maintain their home and studio in a 200 year old farmhouse in the village of North Falmouth, Massachusetts. While 'painterly realism' might describe his work, Edwards' art has never been easily categorized; his work has a unique liveliness and energy beyond the subject and the dialogue between art and life is embedded in his paintings. Unexpected freshness and originality keep his work alive and rewarding.

Spring, Wellfleet
"Spring, Wellfleet"
Oil, 33" x 30"
Menemsha View
"Menemsha View"
Oil, 16" x 20"
Oil, 48" x 24"

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