Art Exhibit: Jim Cavallini

My name is Jim Cavallini. I started painting in August of 2018. This is how it all began!

I, along with my wife Bobbie moved from the Boston area to Concord New Hampshire 27 years ago. We have come to love New Hampshire and consider it our home. With its beautiful lakes to swim in and it amazing mountains to climb.

Which we have hiked quite a number of them.  And we continue to get out as often as we can in this wonderful NH wilderness.

I discovered this new found talent while on vacation with my wife Bobbie in August 2018. We were in The Berkshires of western Massachusetts. We went there to hike Mount Greylock the tallest point in MA. 

And the hotel we were staying at had a "Paint and Sip Class. We attended the class.
I enjoyed it so much that I began getting supplies and painting. I enjoy painting mountain views.  I paint from pictures I have taken or pictures other have given me.

I realized that I not only enjoyed painting but my talent was unfolding. I began to realize how much my mother had influenced me. She loved drawing and painting. 

One time she painted a mural on the wall in our home.

She never got to see what I have accomplished because she passed away. I hope someday to honor her by developing a skill set close to what she had accomplished.

I want to encourage everyone to try a "Paint and Sip Class,"  not only because is it relaxing,  but you may discover some hidden talent of your own.

I would like to take the time to thank you for your interest in my paintings. I have enjoyed painting each and everyone of them and I hope you enjoy them too!

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Sincerely, Jim Cavallini
Email: jimcavallini@gmail.com

All of the paintings in this exhibit are for sale, and a portion of sales will benefit the Forest Society's consevation Work.  The Conservation Center is open weekdays from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.  The exhibit is in the center's main conference room, which is used for meetings, so please call ahead at 224-9945 to plan your visit at a time when no meetings are scheduled.