Day 3, Moons

Tarot Moon, oil on panel 2011 ©Cynthia Woehrle

Super Moon over Dune, oil on panel 2014 © Cynthia Woehrle

Waning Moon Waxing Eternity (detail) oil on panel 2012 ©Cynthia Woehrle

Day 3 of the 3/5 painting challenge (post 3 paintings a day for 5 days). Here is a sample of some moon paintings. This has been a theme in my work since 2010, when I was invited to paint the moon inspired by the symbolism of the Tarot card.

Day 2, Color Fields

Today day is day 2 of the 3/5 artist challenge, post 3 artworks a day for 5 days. This challenge was given to me by Martha’s Vineyard and Ohio artist Marybeth Thompson Dowlin. 
The theme for day 2: color fields. 
Atmosphere 1
Thinking of Summer 

Day 1, Rain and Fog

An artist friend from the Martha’s Vineyard Art Association challenged me to post 3 paintings a day for the next 5 days. Today is day one and the theme is Rain and Fog, because, yes, it’s raining and foggy here in Massachusetts, so what other theme would I need! Each of these works are oil on panel and range in size from 12″ x 12″ to 3 x 2.5′.

Going Home Mass Pike
 Atmosphere Study
Passing Rain, Summer

Schedule a viewing for Cloud Cover

Cloud Cover will be on view at the Foster Gallery through 9/27/2013.  I will be hosting 4 dates for viewings: 9/15, 9/16, 9/18 and 9/25. Send an email to to set up a time.

Additional dates are available through the Foster Galley website.

55 Union Street, Suite 208
Worcester, MA 01608

This exhibit features a Grab & Go Wall of graphite drawings for $30 each.

Cloud Cover 
Paintings by Cynthia Woehrle 
Reception on August 28, 2013, 6-8 pm at The Foster Gallery in Worcester.

This exhibit features 6 new paintings alongside works from Visceral Murmurs and from the beginning of the Atmosphere Series.
Grab and Go drawings will be sold that evening, just take the one you want off the wall and pay before you go (prices start at $30).

The Foster Gallery, 51 Union Street, Suite 208, Worcester, MA 01608. 

This event is free, open to the public and refreshments will be served.  

Ample parking is available around the building. A handicap access ramp is located at the rear of the building and the elevator is down the hall on the right. Follow arrows to suite 208, which is located in the middle of the second floor, from the hallway look for the large round window.