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June 2011
Inspired Synergies

March 2011
Spring Fling - Art Sling

November 2010 France and Boxing

November 2009

August 2009
Late Summer News

April 2008
Transform the Dress

January 08
Dancing and Painting

December 07
Have Yourself a Very Arty Holiday

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June 24, 25, 26, 2011

"Inspired Synergies" at Addison Art Gallery

 A weekend of events celebrating

work created in France by 13 distinctive artists   

Orleans, Cape Cod, MA
Temps de Bain

Temps de Bain - Oil on Board - 11 x 14-950.00.

Nine months ago I traveled to Europe with a group of 12 other artists to capture the ephemeral quality of light and fertile abundance of nature's timeless rhythms. Twelve painters and one sculptor convened last September. Recognized as established and emerging artists, we traveled from the East and West coasts of the U.S. and Scotland, to work together in the sundrenched fields and stonewalled villages of rural France. 


We created distinctly individual works, which together weave a rich tapestry of a region and a season known for classic beauty and enduring charm. Addison Art Gallery is hosting the exclusive premiere of our work this month on Cape Cod, where the light is also magical and beauty abounds.

Evening Walk Home by Julie Snyder

Evening Walk Home -Oil on Panel- $2300.00

Event Calendar
at the gallery:
Friday June 24, we will host the Inspired Synergies Preview Party - A first look at this nationally recognized show. Meet artists, many traveling to Cape Cod from California to recreate the ambiance and spirit that fed our souls while in France. Join us - savor French wines and cheeses while viewing the art and listening to Edith Piaf; a casual gathering ~ une bonne soirée.


On Saturday June 25 , 1-3 pm,
Pas de deux:
Interpretations of the model by me, Julie Snyder, in paint and Karen Cope, sculptor, in clay ~ as painter and sculptor we will demonstrate simultaneously our unique approaches to creating artwork when using a live model. 
Sat, Poire Jaune4-5 pm, Panel Discussion Come share in the recollections and reflections on the nature of creativity and the classic beauty of rural France, as participants discuss the impact of working communally.

Sat, 5:50-7:30 pm, Reception for Inspired Synergies This remarkable group of artists include: Karla Bartholomew, Joan Brancale, Vera Champlin, Karen Cope, Lani Emanuel, Lynn Gertenbach, Cate Hunter Kashem, Kim Victoria Kettler, Linda Queally, Julie Snyder, Iren Tsaturyan, Elizabeth Tucker, and Laura Wambsgans.

American Art Collector MagazineAmerican art Collector MagazineOn Sunday there will be painting demonstrations by two artists,
Laura Wambsgans (11:00- 1:00) and Joan Brancale (1:00-3:00) at the gallery. For more info visit the gallery's event page.

In addition you can see images of the artists in action in France here.

You can also view the show coverage in the American Art Collector Magazine here.

Showing through July 30, 2011 "Spring Forward"; is the work of women artists from Southern California at The Women's City Club of Pasadena, curated by Margaret Danielak.


160 North Oakland Avenue

Pasadena, CA 91101



One more Cup

"One more Cup"

Oil on Board, 12" x 12", $850 

Available from DanielakArt

Newly published and for sale is the book~ "Paintings: Julie Snyder, Artist."


This hardback book has over 40 pages of full color images showcasing a selection of the artist's paintings. The book can be previewed by clicking on the link below.


Available here, or at these galleries: 
Addison Art Gallery, DanielakArt, Galeria Gitana, Marchese Fine Art Gallery & Segil Fine Art.

Paintings: Julie snyder, Artist

Cream Rises to the Top

Cream Rises to the Top
Oil on Board, $1600 

Tell Me A Story 


Now showing in the first juried show of this type at the Segil Fine Art Gallery. "Tell Me A Story" is a collection of narrative paintings. Each work is shown with a short story submitted by the artist.


Showing through Aug, 20.

Segil Fine Art
110 West Lime Ave.
Monrovia, CA 91016.
(626) 358-5563


Artists of Inspired Synergies

The Artists: Standing Left to Right: Karla Bartholomew, Cate Hunter Kashem, Laura Wambsgans, Lani Emanuel, Kim Kettler, Karen Cope, Julie Snyder. Seated Left to Right: Iren Tsaturyan, Lynn Gertenbach, Linda Queally, Vera Champlin, Joan Brancale, Elizabeth Tucker. Frontenay-Sur-Dive, September, 2010


Spring header

Publication News

Harback book: Paintings by Julie Snyder, Artist

available for purchase through galleries or here. You can also preview the book here.

Paintings: Julie snyder, Artist

Below, my muse, with a copy of the book, checking the painting where she modeled  for me.

Muse with Book of Julie Snyder's Paintings




 Southwest Art Magazine Featured my painting "No Tip" in the April, 2011 issue





Stig Mag Eco edition



STIG magazine: Eco edition. Featuring my interview. From Everyday Images to Timeless Works of Art   




5/6 Tujunga, CA

Mother's Day Show
Angeles Crest Art Guild
Modest Fly Art Gallery



5/26 Pasadena, CA
Spring Forward
Women's City Club of Pasadena




Thru 5/6
Costa Mesa, CA
 6 Inch Squared

Randy Higbee Gallery


6/24, Orleans, MA: Inspired Synergies
Preview Party
Addison Art Gallery



6/25, Orleans, MA:

Inspired Synergies

Addison Art Gallery




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The Workshops

In addition to painting for the wonderful galleries who represent and sell my work, I also teach fine art painting.

For those interested you can find out about my classes and workshops here. I offer a variety of art studies for all levels - from figure painting to the fundamentals of painting and drawing.


Also the Summer Workshop is in Truro, Cape Cod this year - a 3-day intensive learning and enjoyment of the art spirit. The information for all of these is here.

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Galleries and Venues

Stain Gloves by Julie Snyder

Satin Gloves, 6 x 6, Oil, $425

Celebrating Women Artists of Southern California
The Women's City Club of Pasadena, Blinn House,

160 North Oakland Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101

"Spring Forward"


May 1, 2011 - July 30, 2011  

Artists Reception:
Thursday, May 26,
6:00 - 9:00 pm. 

Spring Forward is a  juried show  of work by professional women artists based in Southern California.  The selected works portray the show theme; the glory of spring and the heat of summer.


Green Wrap

Green Wrap, 14 x 11, Oil, $860

Angeles Crest Art Guild presents a show for Mother's Day at the newly expanded Modest Fly Art Gallery in Tujunga.


There are 20 artists participating with a great range of small and medium works.


Modest Fly Art Gallery is located at 7578 Foothill Blvd., Tujunga, CA 91042.


Artists' Reception: Friday, 6-10 pm.,
May 6th.


Addison Gallery, Orleans, MAheading

Snyder: Temps de BainThe Addison Art Gallery, Cape Cod shows my  paintings year round. 

Addison Art Gallery is presenting Inspired Synergies, June 25,a collection from thirteen artists who converged in France last September. See below for the schedule of events over the opening weekend.
"Capturing the ephemeral light and abundance of nature's rhythms, twelve painters and one sculptor joined a heritage of American artists who traveled to Europe for inspiration." 

The American Art Collector magazine will be including an article on the show in the June issue.

 Shown here: "Temps de Bain" 11" x 14"  $950

AudienceRandy Higbee Gallery
6" Squared show.

This show is best viewed through Facebook. All paintings are 6" x 6".
On display at the gallery through May 6, 2011.


Randy Higbee Gallery,

102 Kalmus Dr., Costa Mesa, CA 92626



Inspired Synergies Addison Art Gallery
Evening Walk Home
franceAddison Art Gallery, Cape Cod is presenting  a weekend of events, June 24 - 27 , 2011 to showcase the artwork and share the experiences of these artists who, following a long tradition of American painters (and one Scot), traveled, painted and sculpted in France.
Friday, June 24 5:30 to 7:30

Preview Party

Join us and savor French wines and cheese. Listen to Edith Piaf at this casual gathering. Surround yourself by paintings and sculptures that have a long tradition and enjoy a guaranteed delightful and inspiring bonne soirée!


Saturday, June 25, 1:00 to 3:00

Pas de deux: Interpretations of the model in paint and clay

I shall paint and Karen Cope, sculptor will demonstrate simultaneously our unique approaches to creating artwork using a live model. While one artist paints, the other will sculpt with clay. We are energetic in our approaches and the synergy between us guarantees to produce an interesting dialog. Share our inspirations, differences and similarites of how we see and interpret our muse.



Painting in the back pasture

View the blog by artist, Linda Queally

Saturday, June 25,

4:00 to 5:00

Panel Discussion

Come share in the recollections and reflections on the nature of creativity and the classic beauty of rural France, as participants discuss the impact of working communally. This   

diverse, dedicated group of 13 artists embarked on an artistic retreat with unforeseen results. Lively anecdotes provide the backstory for the paintings exhibited. Local characters, expansive vistas and colorful markets proved to be fertile grounds for inspiring imagery. A discussion will follow and questions from the audience are encouraged.


Saturday, June 25, 5:30 to 7:30

Artists' Reception


Sunday, June 26, 11:00 to 1:00

Painting demonstration by Laura Wambsgans


Sunday, June 26, 1:00 to 3:00

Still life demonstration with Joan Brancale

Painting Crew in Frontenay

Fontenay Sur Dive, September 2010. Standing Left to Right: Karla Bartholomew, Cate Hunter Kashem, Laura Wambsgans, Lani Emanuel, Kim Victoria Kettler, Karen Cope, Julie Snyder. Seated Left to Right: Iren Tsaturyan, Lynn Gertenbach, Linda Queally, Vera Champlain, Joan Brancale, Elizabeth Tucker



Pics from French painting trip
Rendezvous in France
10 painters, 1 sculptor
2 mixed media artists,
3 cars, 2 houses and 10 days to create artful impressions of the Poitou Region, France.
Food - great.
Weather - excellent. Local population - friendly.
Learning experience - invaluable.
Each day ended with a dinner,
often shared with local residents, and the trading of the day's adventures.

11/20 Pasadena, CA
From Bach to Bernstein
Art by Julie Snyder
Women's City Club of Pasadena


11/27, Orleans, MA: Show of Gratitude
Addison Art Gallery

12/4, Monrovia, CA Holiday Small Works Show
Segil Fine Art Gallery

12/4, Pasadena, CA
Magnificent Minatures
California Art club

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National Art Museum of Sport
 "Before the Bell" was  accepted into the National Art Museum of Sports 2010 -2011 showcase
Snyder: Before the Bell - Boxer Painting
"Before the Bell" Oil on Canvas 16" x 20"

One of the nation's largest collection of sport related art hangs in the lobbies and corridors of  University Place on the campus of Indiana University - Purdue University.

I am very pleased that my painting, "Before the Bell" was accepted into this special exhibit, where it will be viewed by many sports and art enthusiasts visiting the museum.

"In over 50 years of existence, NAMOS (National Art Museum of Sport) has... collected more than 800 pieces showcasing the heroes and heroines of basketball, boxing, baseball, golf and tennis-over 40 sports in all.  ...This collection evokes the excitement and variety of a sporting life..."
National Art Museum of Sport

NAMOS-Sports Art

The show continues through April 20, 2011. The Museum is located on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. 

Click here for more information

Painting Tour in France: Inspired Synergies
Painting Crew in Frontenay
With 35,000 frequent-flier miles tallied in August and September as I crossed the Atlantic four times, traveler rivaled artist as my named occupation.

The highlight of these ventures was when I had the privilege of painting in France with 12 other women artists from the East and West coasts of the USA. In mid-September we took over 2 houses in a rural village near Poitiers, south of the Loire Valley. Needless to say we had a fabulous time, taking in friendship, food and local color. We painted farmland, churches, Charolais cattle (a breed of lovely white cows) as well as the residents of our village. Our trip coincided with a French rail strike, which meant that we also spent some unscheduled time in Paris where we took in the visual, historical, cultural and culinary delights of that wonderful city in an all-you-can-eat sensory feast.

The finished work from the region is still in progress and under wraps.  Some pieces will be revealed early in 2011 while our major show will be at the Addison Art Gallery, Cape Cod in June, 2011.
Participating Galleries and Venues

Addison Gallery, Orleans, MAheading
Snyder: Black DressThe Addison Art Gallery of Cape Cod shows a collection of my newest paintings year round. These include miniature works, larger paintings and a selection painted on copper.

Annual Collectors' Party ~ Saturday, November 27,
5:30 -7:30

Addison Art Gallery is the host gallery for the collection of work created in France: Inspired Synergies in June.

Thank you, Helen Addison.

Shown here: "Black Dress" 18" x 14"  $1700 available from Addison Art Gallery


"Story Book Cat"
"The Story Book Cat" 8 x 6 Oil on Panel 
Segil Fine Art Gallery, Monrovia, CA

Observing the enchanting and imaginative world of children with their toys fills me with wonder. The idea that playthings like stuffed animals, though such small creatures populate an infinite universe always makes me smile.
"The Story Book Cat" takes on a life of its own as a painting. This still life was selected for the Annual Small Works Show, a juried exhibit at Segil Fine Art Gallery in Old Town Monrovia, California. Always a captivating gallery show, the opening reception is particularly exciting and festive as the artists come out in full force to mingle with collectors and admirers alike.

 Artists Reception:
Sat, December 4, 5-7 pm

Go to for details.
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Los Angeles City Hall
Earlier this year several artists, including myself were invited to submit works to show at L.A. City Hall. I was delighted to hear that my work was selected. The purpose of this showcase is to highlight the work of local artists to promote and facilitate dialogue between artists and elected officials. The art will be on display for approximately 18 months and can be seen in the City Hall offices of Council Member Paul Krekorian.

City Hall Collection

Julie's Mug Shot
11/12, Boston, MA: Boston International Fine Art Show

11/14, Montrose, CA: VHAA Painting Workshop

11/ 28, Orleans, MA: Show of Gratitude
Addison Art Gallery

12/5, Monrovia, CA :Holiday Red Ribbon Show
Segil Fine Art Gallery
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Issue:  Nov/09
Over the last couple of months I've been fortunate enough to travel once again; one of my greatest pleasures in life.  I enjoyed  great food and the company of family in Scotland.  In Morocco, I awoke each day to new sounds and saw first-hand this vibrant, fabulous culture.  I was treated wonderfully everywhere we went; from the scorching marketplace to the cool interior of our elegant residence.
Reflections in Blue
The spice markets, carpets, tiles and designs inlaid into mosque walls and doorways offered a visual feast that I never tired of, nor will I ever forget. These experiences and the people I met can't help but inspire and influence my future art.  It was wonderful.

Back home in the studio now, I am finishing pieces and painting up a storm. Here are some of the events I'm involved with right now. Thank you, as always, for your enthusiastic support.
Snyder: Regarding the Light, Oil on Aluminium See my work at the Addison Art Gallery Booth.

Boston Center for the Arts

November 12 - 15, 2009

New England's Premiere Showcase for Contemporary and Traditional Fine Art. Over 40 Outstanding Galleries from the
United States and Europe are participating.

Click here for more information

About the work: "Regarding the Light", 12" x 12"  Oil on Aluminium
More info at Addison Art Gallery

Participating Galleries

Focus on Gold Addison Gallery, Orleans, MAheading
The Addison Art Gallery of Cape Cod is showing a collection of my paintings, including new ones painted on metal panels. The tradition of painting on copper dates back to the 1500s. My new works are painted on brass and aluminum panels, featuring the metal as part of the composition.  Helen Addison and Domonic Boreffi, owner and gallery director at the Addison Art Gallery are enjoying favorable press coverage for their selection of contemporary paintings.
A Show of Gratitude
~ Saturday, November 28 2009


Segil Fine Art Gallery, Monrovia, CA"Spot of Tea"
segil fine art
 Three new still lifes were  juried into the"Holiday Red Ribbon Show" at the Segil Fine Art Gallery in Old town Monrovia.  My paintings feature the lighter side of traditional oil painting; polka dots and rabbits being prominent motifs.
This is always a fun show, especially at the reception when the artists come out in full force. Join us!
Artist's Reception: Saturday December 5, 5-8pm
Show dates: December 5 - December 31
Go to for details.

"After the Harvest"Gallery at the Falkner Winery,
Temecula, CA

"After the Harvest" was painted on location at the Falkner Vineyards. It is a recent painting from an invitation to paint with Segil Fine Art and the Pasadena Art Gallery Association. This painting is now hanging in the Vineyard's Gallery.   To inquire about the work, contact Laura Segil at Segil Fine Art, Monrovia.



30" x 20", Oil with silver block print on canvas.

Available from
Addison Art Gallery

This new work is another in my series of incorporating metallic paint with traditional oil paints. I created a printing block that reflected the pattern on the kimono. This block was used to hand print silver oil paint onto the background. The silver irridiscence constantly changes depending on where you view the painting.
News about Julie Snyder

Sold due to the article in the
American Art Collector

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  Oil Painters of America
Western Regional Show

Oil Painters of America

"Aphrodite and the Apple"

Oil on Canvas, 30" x 15"

Available from
Howard/Mandville Gallery
Danielak Art

"Girl Meets Geisha"
Oil on Board, 16" x 20"

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Calendar of Events

  • Oil Painters of America: -Western Regional Show
    Howard Mandville Gallery, Kirkland, WA ~ Aug 8 - 30
    My painting, Aphrodite and the Apple was accepted for this show
  • Painting Demonstration: Sunland/Tujunga Artists Association ~ Thu, Sep 3rd

    • Angeles Crest Artists Guild 2009 Show: McGroarty Arts Center, Tujunga, CA
      ~ Sep 11 - 19, Reception Friday, Sep 11,  5:00 - 9:00 pm
    • Seminar and Workshop: V I V A Gallery- The Art Engine
      "THE ART OF SELLING... with or without a gallery" ~ Sun, Sep 27
      I am co-presenter with Margaret Danielak, art rep and author.

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      Now, only if those chickens would stay
      still long enough to model. These three
      are family pets; Clyde, Horace and Lucky.
      As soon as Clyde and Horace begin to
      crow, they'll be looking for new homes.
      Any takers?


    Trash the Dress
    Spring is lovely this year with beautiful warm days. So what do a group of artists think up to amuse themselves? We visited the lake. A painter, a couture designer, a photographer, two wedding dresses, a couple of willing models and some paint made the perfect mix for the "Spring Transformation". trash the dress

    Creating new trends are what artists do best. "Transform the Dress" is an option for the bride and her wedding dress after the honeymoon is over. Instead of storing the dress under the bed, the newlywed can create a memorable and arty photoshoot in a unconventional setting.

    We've seen shots in car washes, by the lake, and in the bayou. We got some great images at the lake and lots of giggles!

    Couture dress designer, Debbie La Franchi supplied the gowns. You can see more of them here. Stefanie Snyder shot some beautiful photography which you can view here.

    This year got off to a great start with several shows happening at once. Thanks for all your support and encouragement.


    Top: Melissa Temps
    Bottom: Prescott Long 
    Gowns :LaFranchi Couture

    Addison Art Gallery
    "Almost Ready" by Julie Snyder

    "Almost Ready"
    Oil on Canvas
    20" x 16"

    Spring Collection
    Now Showing

    Fresh Paint
    At the Studio

    Aphrodite and the Apple

    and the Apple"
    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 15"
    Segil Fine Art Gallery

    "Chinese Horse"

    "Chinese Horse"
    Oil on Canvas
    8" x 10"

    To purchase or enquire
    about about this piece,
    click here



    The Artist and Dance

    January 08

    This Month
    Dancers as Models
    Fresh Paint

     Dancers as Models
    These models are current and former dancers from the California Theatrical Youth Ballet.

    Work in  Progress (unfinished painting:)
    "Can I Keep the Puppy?"

    Detail from:
    "Morning Rehearsal"

    "Rehearsal Pause"

    "Studio Study 1"

    "Dance Studio Study 2"

    "Waiting for the Cue"
    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 20"
    Addison Art Gallery

    From the Top:
    Gioel Enriquez and Rebecca Eberhard;  Nicholas Zerman; Courtney McGee (twice); Ryan Morrison,  and Courtney McGee again.

    I love to paint dancers!

    Dance has always inspired me. It is the embodiment of grace and aesthetics. Dancers aim for perfection. The are elegant, disciplined and physically strong. So, they also make fantastic artists' models. When my daughters danced at California Dance Arts I was introduced to a new set of young adults who I hired to pose for my paintings.

    The California Theatrical Youth Ballet and California Dance Arts celebrated the 10th season of the Snow Queen this holiday season. As several of the principal dancers have posed for my paintings I thought I'd showcase them in this newsletter. The paintings below feature these dancers.

    Verdugo Monthly Magazine, December issue, reported "This year marks the tenth anniversary of The Snow Queen - Ballet Redefined, an updated rendition of the classic with an original score by Randall Michael Tobin. "Ballet redefined" refers to the variety of dance and musical styles, which drift outside the usual realm of ballet. "It's a little Cirque du Soleil-esque," says Holt. [Erin holt is the artistic director and choreographer of The Snow Queen]. "We're redefining that whole viewpoint that ballet has to be stiff and narrow. It's full, you can expand it, push the boundaries."

    Click on these links to learn more about the California Theatrical Youth Ballet, Choreographer and Artistic Director, Erin Holt and the composer Randall Michael Tobin.

    Gallery News
    Hair Stick

    Addison Art Gallery,
    Cape Cod, MA
    Passion Show
    Opens: Saturday, February 16 2008

    "Hair Stick"
    20" x 16"
    Addison Art Gallery

    Fresh Paint

    Summer's First BreezeNewly completed.

     " Summer's First Breeze"
    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 12"

    Thank you for your support. Your feedback is important to me. Email me is you have comments and questions.

    Please support the Girl Scouts of America and buy Girl Scout cookies. The Girl Scouts is a great program and the cookies are delicious!

    All the best,
    Julie Snyder 

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    Newsletter December 2007

    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
    I wish this to all my friends, family and those who encourage my creative efforts. My success is in part, helped by you. Thank you.

    Many people ask about the subjects I paint. Just about 95% of all my work is done in the studio with a live model. The model in this painting had just returned from Brazil. She bought this dress while on her travels. It is a genuine carnival costume, beautifully beaded all by hand. Her matching headdress came from there too. Beaded in red and gold with real ostrich plumes. The trick was to keep it from toppling over.

    The model is painted here resting in the cool shade, out of the hustle and bustle of the street just before the carnival gets underway.
    I truly loved painting her.

    Addison Gallery

    "Waiting for the Cue"
    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 20"

    Holiday Show

    Jan 12, 2008

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    Studio News:
    Fresh Paint

    New Work: "Prelude"
    Oil on board
    24" x 12"

    Learn More

    Segil Fine Art

    "Hanging it Up"
    Oil on Canvas
    12" x 12"
    Red Ribbon Show

    December 30, 2007

    Learn More

    More information about the paintings is on the website If you have a question about these or painting workshops just email me, and I will be happy and get back to you as time allows.

    Julie Snyder


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    Detail: Ribbon Adjustment
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    Boston Center for the Arts
    Several of my paintings were at the Addison Art Gallery Booth.

    November 15-18, 2007

    New England's Premiere Showcase for Contemporary and Traditional Fine Art. Over 40 Outstanding Galleries from the
    United States and Europe participated, offering both traditional and contemporary fine art.

    The GALA PREVIEW was held on Thursday evening, November 15, benefiting the Boston Symphony Orchestra; fine food, delicious wine, festive music, and of course on view, the first choice of a dazzling array of fine art. 

    Click here for more information 

    Participating Galleries

    Addison Gallery, Orleans, MA
    April DayThe Addison Gallery of Cape Cod is showing a collection of my paintings. Helen Addison and Domonic Boreffi, owner and gallery director have  a collection of contemporary paintings on display there.

    Whether buying or selling art, these two are really pleasant to deal with. They are showing various artists at the International Fine Art Show.  The painting  "April Day"  shown above,  sold there this week!
    "No Tip?" Snyder
    Upcoming Show at the Addison
    Go to for details
    A Show of Gratitude

    Saturday, November 24,
    Reception 5:30 p.m.


    Snyder Hanging it upSegil Fine Art Gallery, Monrovia, CA

    I will be showing a new work at the Segil Fine Art Gallery in Old town Monrovia. This is their holiday show which is always fun filled, especially at the reception when the artists come out in full force.
    "Holiday Red Ribbon Show"
    December 1-December 30 2007
    Artist's Reception, Saturday, December 1, 5-8pm
    Featuring: Segil Fine Art Gallery Artists
    Go to for details

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