Featured Artist - Ann Capodagli
Boulder Art Gallery
960 Main Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
978-345-7000
info@theboulderartgallery.com
       Most all of my life, I have been involved with the world of art and creativity.  Recently retired, I’ve enjoyed 36 years as a Visual Arts
instructor at Fitchburg High School.  In 2008 I embarked on a new and exciting adventure.  My husband Peter and I opened the Boulder Art
Gallery in downtown Fitchburg.  I have been fortunate enough to pursue the artist’s life, first as an art educator and then as a full time
working artist and gallery owner.
      As a gallery owner, I have the pleasure of working with wonderfully talented artists of all mediums.  They share my enthusiasm and
expose me to their many varied viewpoints and talents.  I sincerely enjoy the discussions we have about the basic elements and principles of
art and design. I currently have a working studio at my gallery and participate in local and regional fine art shows and festivals.  My work has
been exhibited in juried competitions and galleries and can be viewed at The Boulder Art Gallery, Fitchburg.                           
      My subject matter is diversified and includes still lifes, city/landscapes, flora, nature, local landmarks in and around New England.  I
work in several mediums, though primarily in watercolor.  Watercolor appeals to me with its special luminous, translucent, and unpredictable
qualities.  The spontaneous nature and flexibility of this medium constantly excites me and allows me to express my creativity in a very
fulfilling way.  The pigments and water take time to settle and form those pleasing, accidental edges and dreamy washes.  Watercolor is a
challenging medium that cannot be forced and sometimes cannot be anticipated by the artist.  The unexpected accidents can change your
plan in an instance and those are the elements of surprise that I welcome the most!
      Most of my work is done in the studio in a controlled environment; however, I enjoy painting “en plein air” to capture the feel of locations
I paint.  Landscape painting draws me in and if there are architectural elements involved, I particularly enjoy the challenge of a perspective
focus in my compositions.  My goal is to recreate an image truthfully and beautifully, but using elements and design qualities that present my
subject in a new way.  Looking, seeing, designing, painting, Joy!      
All images and content on this website are
copyrighted and may not be copied,
downloaded or reproduced, for any purpose
without the written consent of the artist.
Ann's original watercolor, "Steps To Fame"
was recently awarded an "Honorable
Mention" at the Fitchburg Art Museum's
76th  Regional Exhibition of Art's and Crafts.  

ANN CAPODAGLI

"RHODES OF RENAISSANCE
PARK"

Watercolor
16" x 20"
Original (
SOLD)
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"MUSEUM ENTRANCE"
Fitchburg Art Museum

Watercolor
16" x 20"
Original Available $650
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"STEPS TO FAME"

Field House, Crocker Field
Watercolor
16" x 20"
Original (
SOLD)
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"RAIL BRIDGE OVER THE NASHUA
- 1846"

Watercolor
18" x 24"
Original Available $650
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"SAINT ANTHONY DE PADUA"

Watercolor
18" x 24"

Original $650 (
SOLD)
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"THE HARRINGTON FARM"
PRINCETON, MA

Watercolor
18" x 24"
Original $650 (
SOLD)
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"COMMON VIEW"

Watercolor
18" x 24"

Original $650
Matted Giclee Prints $145

(see this artwork framed)

ANN CAPODAGLI

"FITCHBURG SERIES" NOTECARDS

Boxed sets of six notecards with
envelopes.  

$20
Ann's original watercolor "Common View"
recently won the prestigious "Voitto Jarvi
Watercolor Award" at the Fitchburg Art
Museum's 81st Regional Exhibition of Art's
and Crafts.