Susan Tilton Pecora has been painting the streets, harbors, factories and farms of New England throughout her life. She is a signature member of The New England Watercolor Society, host of the WGBY – PBS affiliate television show “Reflections Through Watercolor”, and member of the Copley Society in Boston. Her paintings have been exhibited throughout the country, winning awards at the National Art League in New York, the San Diego Art Association, and the Rocky Mountain Art Association, among others. Her work has been featured in American Artist Magazine, “Splash, the Best in Watercolor”, North Light Books. In 2007 she was asked to create a painted ornament for the White House Holiday tree by Congressman Richard Neal.
Thirteen of her paintings were used to create a calendar for Willie Nelson’s Farm Aid.
Susan is represented by Bakker Fine Art and Antiques in Provincetown, and Michelson Gallery in Northampton. Her work can also be seen at Quaboag Valley Antique Center in Palmer, The Deerfield Museum Store, Cape Art Tiles, Randall’s Farm in Ludlow, and the Lobster Pot in Provincetown. To see more of Susan’s work, go to www.susanpecora.com or Facebook at susantiltonpecoraart.