Michael Domina grew up on a dairy farm in Montgomery Center, Vermont, where he fell in love with painting. He now devotes all his time to painting and teaching in water media.
He conducts art classes in Hull, Duxbury and Quincy and holds watercolor demonstrations and workshops throughout the South Shore of Massachusetts, Southwest Florida and northern Vermont. Michael takes a personal interest in helping his students overcome stumbling blocks. Michael works in many different styles, from impressionistic to abstract. He enjoys creating in water mediums, mixed media, collage and assemblage. Michael ventures beyond representational art into a limitless universe of possibilities.
He has had many one-man exhibits and has received numerous awards in regional and local shows. He is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society, South Shore, Weymouth, and Quincy Art Associations, Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, FL., and is an associate member of the American Watercolor Society. Michael is past- President of the Weymouth Art Association and on the board of the New England Watercolor Society.
Red Barn Studio/Gallery
Michael manages the Red Barn Studio/Gallery in Montgomery, Vermont. A one-hundred year old two-story horse barn that he has converted for working studio space as well as exhibiting the works of local Vermont artists. He offers four-day watercolor workshops held in July, August and September of each year. Red Barn Studio is open from Memorial Day through Columbus Day each year.
Art on the Rocks Studio/Gallery
Michael’s full-time studio is at 11 Seaview Ave, in Hull, MA, which overlooks the Atlantic ocean and Gunrock beach. He offers a variety of classes in water-media. Gallery viewing is by appointment or by chance.
“Visions become reality by celebrating the child inside.”
Michael Harlan Domina: 11 Seaview Avenue, Hull, MA 02045