If you find yourself out and about in the greater Framingham/Natick, MA area, following are two stops for an art break!
First is the “Community of Artists” exhibition at the Danforth Art Museum in Framingham. This is their annual juried exhibit, and I am happy to share that one of my pieces was selected. My 30”x24” oil painting “September Afternoon, Olson House” (below) is one of over 100 works on display. The opening was June 6th, so I had the chance to see the full collection in person – and it is definitely worth the trip. The artists represented are mostly from this area, and the exhibit includes works in a wide of variety of media, sizes and styles.
The next stop is Gallery 55 in Natick, where three of my paintings are on display! (below). The Gallery was founded by photographer and art supporter/enthusiast John Mottern, and as a result, there is always an interesting collection of art on display. In addition to art, the space also features jewelry crafted by the talented silversmith John Harwood.