Artwork Shown:
"Shell Collectors at Sanibel Island" by Josie Schneider

Judi Getch Brodman and Josephine Schneider

Paintings from Florida and Other Seascapes

June 26th through July 15th

Reception, Friday, July 6, 6:30 to 9:00 PM
Entertainment provided by the Driftway Jazz

An engineer by trade, Judi Getch Brodman paints strong and vibrant watercolors; her paintings reflect her love of the ocean brought on by spending her youthful summers in Wellfleet (Cape Cod) and her current winters in Highland Beach, Florida where she coaches a painting group. Her passion is bright sunshine, dark contrasts from the shadows, the feel of warm summer sunshine, long winter shadows, the vivid purples and blues of late winter days and cold winter water. She tries to include a building or structure in her paintings, attributing this quirk to her math background. She loves the perspective that comes with buildings, adding a 3-D feel to the painting. She paints in watercolors because they are unpredictable, a quality that scares a lot of artists, but one that she finds irresistible. She loves that the paint takes on a life of its own causing bleeds, drops, streams, all attainable only in watercolors. Articles about Judi and her work have appeared in the Boston Globe, the Coastal Star (a south Florida newspaper), and the Stowe, Vermont Guide where her painting graced the cover of the winter edition. Her degrees are a BA in Mathematics and a MS in Computer Engineering.

Josephine Schneider is a plein air painter working in oils, acrylic and pastel. She finds inspiration in the natural beauty of Florida’s west coast. Of special interest are the Ding Darling Wildlife Sanctuary on Sanibel Island and the unspoiled quality of Cedar Key. Her paintings are based on direct observation, yet the formal demands of the painting are equally important to her. She finds that the challenge is the tension between abstraction and reality. Josephine’s education includes Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Summer Program, Wellesley College BA, Massachusetts College of Art BFA.


The Scituate Arts Association is very proud to sponsor and support its own gallery on Front Street in Scituate Harbor. Paintings, photographs, sculpture and crafts, created by members, are exhibited and sold. Exhibits featuring members, guest artists and themes are regular events at the gallery.

The Gallery is maintained by its own committee as part of the Scituate Arts Association on a purely volunteer basis. One must be a member of the Scituate Arts Association to ba a member of the Gallery. To become a gallery member, one must submit samples of work for approval and inclusion in the gallery. Gallery member contribute an additional membership fee as well as volunteer a few hours a month, sitting for the gallery.

Throughout the year, special shows and presentations are highlighted. From individual member shows, invited artist guest appearances... to our annual Juried and High School Show, the Sciutate Arts Association gallery is surely worth a visit many times a year. The gallery is a highlight of the Front Street Village with many visitors throughout the year.

We invite you to come down to view the excellent artwork always on display.


Tuesday through Saturday. 11:00 AM to 5:00PM Sunday, 12:00 5:00 PM Closed Mondays- Wednesday, Janurary, February and March


Bart Blumberg
Judi Getch Brodman
Maureen K. Brookfield
Candace Clark
Dick Copello
John Cornacchio
Janet Cornacchio
Nancy Coveney
Ray Des Roches
John Hietala Carol Holder
Mary LoPiccolo
William Mattern
Edward Mikenas
Paul Mogan
Ted Nystrom
Linda Pedersen
Dorothy Pentheny
Josephine Schneider
Kay Shaw
Charles W. Stockbridge
Carole Thurlow
Ken Vallario
Marie Wilkes
Leo Dwyer
Volunteers and Artisans
Leo Dwyer
Marian Ives


JULY June 26-July 15
“Judi & Josie: Floriday(ze)s”
Reception, Fridat July 6 6-8:30

AUGUST July 17-August 12
“Scelebrate Scituate” Heritage Days, Gallery Artists
Reception, Friday August 3, 6-8:30PM

AUGUST August 14- September 9
“New Members II: Jim Burke & Dorothy Pentheny
Reception, Friday September 7, 6-8:30PM

SEPTEMBER September 11-September 30
“Gallery Show” Gallery Artists

OCTOBER October 2-October 21
“Gallery Show”
Reception, Friday October 5, 6-8:30PM

NOVEMBER October 23-November 18
“Virginia Wilson”
Reception, Friday November 2, 6-8:30PM

DECEMBER November 20-December 30
“The Art of Giving”
Reception, Fri 12/7, 6-8:30PM

Besides Gallery Information on this site, find out more about gallery artist, current shows, and art for purchase.

Front Street Gallery

The Front Street Art Gallery
124 Front Street, Unit #8, Scituate MA 02066 781.545.6150