Artist Edith Tuttle

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I grew up in an artistic family, so I like to say I learned to paint through osmosis.  My paternal grandfather, Gifford Beal’s, American Impressionist work is in the Metropolitan Museum; my maternal grandfather, Stow Wengenroth’s, lithographs are in the MOMA.  Reynolds Beal, the distinguished maritime artist, was my great uncle.  And my mother, Telka Ackley, AWS, won top awards for her watercolor still lifes that are still sought by collectors.    
I also studied with Roger Martin, a founding faculty member of the Montserrat School of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts; with Betty Lou Schlemm, AWS, in Rockport, Massachusetts; with J. Fred Woell, at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts on Deer Isle, Maine; and at the University of Iowa crafts center in Iowa City, Iowa.
Before focusing on painting, I sold handcrafted, original design mobiles and jewelry at the Huntsville (Alabama) Museum of Art; at the Rockport Art Association; and in galleries in Rockport, Massachusetts.  My jewelry was written up in The Boston Globe.  I’ve sold watercolors and oils as part of the Monadnock Arts/Friends of the Dublin Art Colony open studio art tour in New Hampshire, and in one person shows in Hancock, Peterborough, and Dublin, NH.  I've exhibited at the Thorne-Sagendorph biennial, Sharon Arts Gallery (NHIA) in Peterborough, NH, Fry Fine Art in Peterborough, Monadnock Community Hospital, and at Historic Harrisville, in Harrisville, NH.  
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