The latest exhibition at the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum sounds like an ideal way to spend a summer morning or afternoon.
For some reason, I’ve always felt that watercolors and the warmer months go together so nicely.
That’s why it’s good to hear that the new exhibition of watercolors by Mimi Adams Findlay, an award-winning artist, preservationist and antiques expert, will not only run throughout the summer at the historic Norwalk venue but also continue through Oct. 31. The museum is at 295 West Ave.,
Findlay, a New Canaan resident for more than 40 years, specializes in painting outdoors, with subjects ranging from flowers to children, landscapes to seascapes.
We’ve only seen a few of the featured works, but even just that glimpse has sparked a desire to add this show to our summer schedule.
Think you’ll agree.
For more, visit lockwoodmathewsmansion.com.
– Mary Shustack