Norman Ringdahl Fine Art

Institute Park & Northworks
Institute Park & Northworks
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Worcester Park in Autumn
Worcester Park in Autumn
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Red Barn
Red Barn
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As owner of the Prints and the Potter, Norman Ringdahl has been active in the Worcester arts community for more than forty years. A graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, Norman already had experience in frame shops and galleries before coming to Worcester, where he worked as a photographer and art teacher. In 1974, Norman opened the Prints and the Potter gallery with his colleagues, potters Jim and Linda Winegar and Lou D'Amico. The Prints and the Potter has spent forty years bringing finely made, hand-crafted works to the Worcester community while also functioning as a gallery space. Norman's fine art work reflects both the secluded escape of forested landscape and scenes of Worcester in photography, oil, watercolor and acrylic paint.

 

Most works seen here are available as reproduction prints.

Ralphs Diner
Ralphs Diner
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Josh and Erin
Josh and Erin
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Elm Park Bridge
Elm Park Bridge
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Race Point
Race Point
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Lunch Break
Lunch Break
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Weathered Barn
Weathered Barn
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Yellow House
Yellow House
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Tuckerman Hall
Tuckerman Hall
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Haying, Crystal Brook Farm
Haying, Crystal Brook Farm
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