William Hudghton Hoey of Enfield has been painting and sketching for a number of years in oils and watercolor. He is now experimenting with a plastic paper called yupo. Most of his work is in watercolor. Hoey studied technical illustration at Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, where he was born. He is member of the Tobacco Valley Artists Association in Enfield, the newly formed Connecticut River Valley Artists and the Connecticut Watercolor Society. Hoey has participated in juried shows, winning awards and prizes for his work. His cover piece, a schoolhouse on Monhegan Island off the coast of Maine, is a watercolor.