Watercolors by Mimi Clark

The Waterbury Public Library is pleased to have artist Mimi Clark grace the walls of the second floor with her watercolor depictions of life around the Winooski River.  From sketches of the Winooski River in Montpelier, to views from her garage on Winooski Street in Waterbury, the show is called “The Summer of 2018.”  Whether it was in her rented garage, “Musee Mimi,” where Clark finished up a picture from three decades ago “Donny Joslin’s Farm,” “Houses from Winooski Street,” or the river scenes from the gorge in Moretown, these pictures and others make up “The Summer of 2018.”

Though Clark considers herself primarily a portrait painter, she also likes to let her inventive self play with shape and color.  “Like Winooski Street,” Clark says, “painting with watercolors doesn’t disappoint.”

Mimi Clark is a trained artist having attended the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.  She also has degrees from UVM.  She has exhibited her work in libraries, schools, restaurants and galleries around the state since the early 80’s.  Her work has also been featured in both local and national press.

The show will be up until the end of the year.  All paintings are for sale.