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HERB EDWARDS

Unfurling The Sail

36 x 36
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Acrylic & Oil
Checking The Wind

30 x 36
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Acrylic & Oil
Summer Sailing

20 x 20
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Acrylic & Oil
Breezing Up 2

20 x 20
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Acrylic & Oil
Fishing Boats

24 x 24
$2,800
Oil
The Red Boat, Chatham

20 x 24
$2,600
Acrylic
Figure with Flowers

30 x 40
$4,200
Oil
Heading Home

36 x 36
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Acrylic & Oil
Inner Harbor

30 x 36
$4,000
Oil
Figure, Corn Hill

30 x 36
$4,000
Oil
Cape Cod Still Life

20 x 24
$1,800
Oil
Beach Still Life

36 x 36
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Oil
Fishing Boat, Low Tide

34 x 42
$3,400
Oil
View of the Sea

20 x 24
$1,800
Oil
Summer Garden

24 x 24
$2,000
Oil
Iris and Poppies

38 x 56
$6,800
Oil
Provincetown

18 x 18
$2,000.
Acrylic
Pink Cottage

24 x 24
$2,000
Oil
Beach Houses

32 x 30
$3,800.
Oil on canvas
Cape Harbor, Springtime

40 x 40
$4,600.
Oil on canvas
3 Figures, 5 Umbrellas

18 x 18
$1,800
Acrylic
Father & Son

34 x 28
$4,200.
Oil on canvas
Three Fishes

28 x 22
$2,000
Acrylic on paper
Figures with Umbrellas

30 x 36
Giclee Available

$200 small & $275 large
Oil
Artists Bio

Born in Western Pennsylvania in 1940,  Herb Edwards received his BFA from the University of New Mexico in 1963 and his MFA from Pratt Institute in 1970. A professor of art for over twenty years, Edwards has exhibited extensively in major galleries and museums throughout the United States. His paintings are in many private collections here and abroad, including the American Embassy collection in New Guinea. He resides on Cape Cod with his wife, the painter Lillia Frantin.

Artists Statement

While “painterly realism” might best describe my work, my art has never been easily categorized. Whether working directly from nature “on site” or inspired by my many photographs and sketches back in the studio, I strive for a unique liveliness and energy and sensitivity to the subject, and the balance that exists between “outer” observed qualities, and a desire for a more personal response. The dialogue between art and life is imbedded in the paintings and my continual pursuit into the possibilities of the paint medium give the paintings, I think, an expected freshness that hopefully keep the work alive and new.