Above is a photo of the 15 artworks hanging at my show at the York Hospital Cafe through January 2021. All the artworks are listed and shown individually below. Just scroll down to view all the artworks one by one. Most of the images will show an enlarged version when clicked on.
If you’d like to purchase any of these, email me or call me: 207-439-1717.
All of these pieces are framed, most of them watercolors.
York Hospital has a wonderful art collection, so I am very proud to be in good company. But (for those of you who don’t work there) I hope you do not get to see these in person, as the Hospital is at present only open to staff and patients. And for those of you who do work there, thanks for doing a tough job during tough times; stay healthy.
Bill Paarlberg’s Fall-Winter 2020-2021 York Hospital Show Artwork and Price List
Wally’s Café, Portsmouth
10 1/2 X 14 3/4, pen and ink
Pierce Island Bridge to LaCava, Study
5 x 8, watercolor
Pierce Island Bridge to LaCava
10 1/4 x 23 1/2, watercolor
Brewster’s Pier View to Pierce Island
13 5/8 x 9 3/4, watercolor
Shed at La Cava Lobster Pier
9 5/8/ x 15 7/8, watercolor
Geno’s Pier Three Boats
11 5/8 x 15 5/8, watercolor
Pleasant Street Backyard, Portsmouth
13 1/8 x 11 7/8, watercolor
Pierce Island to LaCava Lobster Pier
11 7/8 x 15 7/8, watercolor
Agamenticus View to 2nd and 3rd Hills
12 x 19, watercolor
The View to Wells Beach from Mt. Agamenticus
6 3/8 x 15 3/4, watercolor
Washington, Howard, & Pleasant Streets, Portsmouth
13 3/8 x 18 1/2, watercolor
Brewster’s Pier From Under Pierce Island Bridge
9 7/8 x 13 3/4, watercolor
Market and Ladd Street, Portsmouth
17 1/4 x 22 1/2, watercolor
Atkinson Street, Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth
10 x 13, pencil
Appledore Tower with Tardigrades
5 x 7, watercolor with embedded dormant tardigrades
This painting includes tiny dormant animals called tardigrades mixed in with the paint. I harvested them from the orange lichen on this tower on Appledore Island at the Isles of Shoals. I did the painting en plein air while Artist-in-Residence at Shoals Marine Lab. Tardigrades are famous for being tremendously resilient. The ones in this painting can be expect to remain dormant but still alive for 100 years or more.
Thanks for looking at the York Hospital show! If you’d like to learn more about my work and how it has developed, read the text of a talk I gave at the York Public Library.