Nationally acclaimed artists John C. Pitcher and Sue Westin are
a husband and wife team who operate their studios and Gallery
On The Marsh in the beautiful historic village of Dorset, Vermont.
Pitcher is a naturalist
who paints wildlife with a special interest in birds. His paintings
are in the permanent collections of the Anchorage Museum of History
and Art, The University of Alaska Museum, The Bennington Center
for the Natural and Cultural Arts, and the Hiram Blauvelt Art
Museum. Both John and Sue are honored members of the Society
of Animal Artists.
Westin is a versatile artist.
She has worked in stone, watercolor and oil. Although widely
recognized for her paintings of buffalo and shorebirds, Westin
enjoys painting a large range of subjects, which in recent years
has included portraits of people and domestic animals. Her works
have been exhibited in Canada, Japan, Sweden, Germany and Kenya
and can be found in the permanent collections of The Bennington
Center for the Natural and Cultural Arts, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson
Art Museum and the Worrell Collection.