Janet Sutherland
​P A I N T I N G S

Finger Lakes Plein Air Festival
I will be painting in the Finger Lakes Plein AIr Plein AIr Festival from June 5th thru June 10th. The lovely town of Canandaigua, NY will host 40 juried artists from all over the country, many of whom I have painted with before. Growing up, I spent a lot of time in this region, so I am really looking forward to trying  to capture its beauty on canvas.  For more information, visit  www.fingerlakespleinair.com .
Parrsboro International Plein Air Festival
My husband Mike Dorsey and I will then travel to Nova Scotia to paint in the Parrsboro International Plein Air Festival where we will be among 35 artists from both Canada and the United States. This event runs from June 14th - June 17th.  We can't imagine a more exciting place to paint landscapes than around the Bay of Fundy.  For more information, visit  www.parrsborocreative.com/pleinair/ .

Castine Plein Air Festival
Mike and I will be back in Castine, ME from July 19th - July21st.  We love to spend these days painting one of Maine's prettiest towns and reconnecting with the great artists and wonderful people who host this event. It has become one of our summer highlights. Information can be found at  www.castinearts.org/plein-air-festival/.

Art in the Barn
The Greenbelt's Art in the Barn will be held from June 8th- June 10th at the Cox Reservation in Essex, MA. Our paintings will be on sale on the wall and in the bin along with the work of many other local artists and artisans. It is always a wonderful event, well worth attending. For more information visit  www.ecga.org/artinthebarn .

Our work is always on display at Zenobia, 38 Essex Rd, Ipswich. Zenobia offers paintings by some of our area's best artists as well as an incredibly interesting selection of one of a kind gifts from all over the world.

Exhibit, Roux & Cyr Internation Fine Art
Looking forward, I will be having a show at Roux & Cyr, Portland, Maine during the month of December 2018. More details to come as we near the event. 

photo: Katherine Richmond
Last winter's painting studio.