Peg Scully received her B.A. degree from Montclair State University and her MEd. from the University of Cincinnati. An almost life-long painter, Peg also had a 30 year career both as a teacher in the regular classroom and as a sign language interpreter and teacher of the deaf and hard-of-hearing. She studied oil painting with Arthur Maynard at the Ridgewood (N.J.) Art Institute and watercolor painting with Tony Van Hasselt, Judi Wagner, and John Salminen. She lives in Freedom, N.H. where she paints and teaches.
Peg is a member of the Mount Washington Valley Arts Association and the Newburyport (MA) Art Association. She is a Signature Member of the New England Watercolor Society, and has won awards from all these organizations.
In June, 2015, Peg closed her home gallery and moved her upstairs studio down to the first floor, so there would be a more convenient place to make a mess. She shows her paintings and prints and sells her note cards at home by appointment, at the Freedom Village Store (11 Elm St.) the Freedom Gallery (8 Elm St.), and at Art Works Gallery in Chocorua, NH.
Summer Days Drifting Away
"I regret very much that I have painted a picture that requires any explanation."- WINSLOW HOMER