Gloria J. Goguen
Gloria J. Goguen is an artist creating in the New England area. She creates botanical works of art in colored pencil and pan pastel with spiritual connections to nature and light. Her compositions in vibrant hues generate tranquil memories of familiar lyrical images from the nature around her. There is a dreamlike quality to the images in which fiction and reality meet. The creative vision begins with wandering fields, forests, gardens, and open spaces. The colored pencil medium allows her to paint with pencils virtually anywhere unencumbered, which makes the natural world her studio.
In addition to ArtsWorcester, Gloria’s work has been shown in other venues in the Massachusetts area.
Her work was featured at the Attleboro Art Museum in a lecture series entitled; “Tulipomania” presented by the New England Society of Botanical Artists
Gloria’s artwork has been published in the anthology Heliotrope: French Heritage Women Create edited by Rhea Cote Robbins
Her artwork has also been selected as the cover art for Lily Poetry Review 2020 Winter edition edited by Eileen Cleary
Affiliations: New England Society of Botanical Artists, American Society of Botanical Artists, and Colored Pencil Society of America
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