Artist Rich Griffith works in watercolor, mixed media and pastel in a realist style. He creates sharp focus watercolors of old cars, trucks and farm machinery, and specializes in house portraits, local scenery and historical buildings.
Shady Pond Studio, 503 Lower South Main Street, Montrose, PA 18801
GALLERY / STUDIO HOURS:
open to the public by appointment; call 570-278-4329 for information
Rich is a member of the Hill Country Artists, the Artists Open House Weekend, The Endless Mountains Council of the Arts, and the Kitson Arts Alliance.
His award-winning work has been accepted in juried art exhibits including the Images of Susquehanna County, Montrose; the Endless Mountains Council of the Arts Regional Art Shows, Tunkhannock; and the Everhart Museum, Scranton. His paintings have been displayed at local congressional offices and congressional offices in Washington, D.C.; the Luzerne County Regional Art Exhibit at the Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, and in conjunction with the 2006 Governor’s Awards for the Arts in Pennsylvania. His artwork is also included in numerous private and corporate collections.
Gicleé prints of his original paintings are available. Gicleé is a high-quality sprayed ink reproduction of a painting, printed on material such as watercolor paper or canvas that the original panting would have been created on. This makes high-quality reproductions of the original painting available for the artist to sell. Most artists offer a limited number of gicleé paintings in various sizes All prints are limited edition, professionally produced and printed on fine art paper.