Written and Directed by Ruth Greene-McNally
Charles Woodbury, founder of the Ogunquit Summer School of Drawing and Painting, is credited with formalizing Ogunquit’s reputation as an art colony. Woodbury’s influence on American modern art is explored in this one-act play about his life and the infamous artist paradise. Set in modern-day Ogunquit the play meanders back in time to interact with Gertrude Fiske, Robert Laurent, and Hamilton Easter Field during a period when Woodbury began exploring his methodologies of painting outdoors, with an eye-level perspective and spontaneity.
Admission to this play is free with general admission.