WALTER J. PASKO – “My inspiration for plein air painting comes from the works of the early 20th Century American impressionist painters of California & New England. Plein Air painting in all seasons is my primary means for studying the fleeting effects of light and shadow on the landscape. Each painting is a fusion of current observation and past experience gained from a lifetime of direct observation and painting. Many of my paintings depict the back country of Western Massachusetts and Vermont, including streams, lakes, lumber mills, logging by horse and maple sugaring.”
Memberships include Rockport Art Association, North Shore Arts Association, Academic Artists Association, Southern Vermont Arts Center; The Goodwin-Lunquist Gallery, Great Barrington, MA; and The Ginofor Gallery, Cambridge, NY.