Richard Britell at Castle Street Cafe'

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Large scale color field landscape paintings

Sep 15, 2011 – Apr 30, 2012

Lauren Clark Fine Art, and Castle Street Café are pleased to announce an exhibit of paintings by Richard Britell. The exhibit, in the large dining room of the café will consist of Mr. Britell’s color field landscape paintings created between 2004 and 2011. The high ceilings and ample wall space of the café make possible the viewing of the larger works in this series, some of which approach eight feet in height.

Richard Britell, a career painter who studied at Pratt Institute with Philip Pearlstein and Walter Erlebacher. In 1981, his first show in NYC at Staempfli Gallery was sold out, and reviewed in the New York Times. Mr. Britell’s works for this exhibit revolve around large landscapes tending toward abstraction. The artist currently lives and works in Pittsfield, MA.

Castle Street Café, one of the best known and loved cafés in the Berkshires has a long tradition of sponsoring the fine arts. It is also well known for its live jazz in the Celestial bar. Chef Owner Michael Ballon’s food essays appear monthly in Berkshire Homestyle Magazine.

A reception for the artist will be held Sunday, September 18, at Castle Street Café from 1-3pm.

Red Venice
Red Venice
oil on canvas on wood
32″ x 44″

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