The Art of Jeff Gardner
He was the artist and ambassador of Woodrow Wilson Court. At Open Studios he entertained hundreds there, strumming on his old Martin guitar, making conversation, and, of course, sharing his paintings. He used the arts and the Red Sox to connect with the world.
While Mr. Gardner’s prolific collection of paintings sometimes use humble materials–reclaimed cardboard, a detached cabinet door–they vibrantly showcase his inspirations: the luminous light of Edward Hopper, the landscapes of the Cape and of Cambridge, a passion for baseball and for the progressive possibilities of America.
We hope you enjoy this small representation of Mr. Gardner’s work. If you are interested in seeing more pieces, or purchasing any work, an outdoor sale of pieces from his estate will be held on October 17 from 10-4 at 202 Hamilton Street, Cambridge, MA. Payments can be made by cash, check, and Venmo. Prices range from $10-$100, and all proceeds will be donated to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. Please contact Cathie Zusy at email@example.com or Elisa Pepe at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.