By land and sea

If you’re a regular WAG reader, then you know marine artist Jilly Dyson is a great favorite of ours. Her rolling, textured seascapes hint at Homer and Turner; her serene, sunny landscapes, at Monet. So you can imagine our delight when we learned from her that her work is on permanent display at 4 World Trade Center in Manhattan.

“How exciting and what an honor,” writes the Greenwich resident, by way of New Zealand and Australia. “Cannot tell you how grateful I am.”

Some of Jilly’s paintings are also hanging in Geary Gallery in Darien.

For more on Jilly, click on to and or visit – Georgette Gouveia

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