Friday, June 24, 2011
Aissis, Bailey and Black Featured
The weekend of June 25-27 features three guest artists: photographer David Lee Black and prize-winning painters Jerry Aissis and Lisa Bailey. All three are pictured above. David is the one on the ladder, arranging his photos. The artists are delighted to have the opportunity to display their work at Patriot Place, and claim that there is no truth to the rumor that Taylor Swift will make a surprise visit to the gallery in between her concerts at Gillette Stadium. But who knows about surprise visits?
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
3 New Artists Featured June 24-26
This weekend features a stellar threesome: Award-winning photographer David Lee Black joins painters Jerry Aissis and Lisa Bailey at the Artists' Studio and Gallery at Patriot Place. Pictured above is one of Mr. Black's evocative photos. His compatriots this weekend, Jerry Aissis and Lisa Bailey, are both award-winning watercolorists in their own right. Both are active members of several art associations including Franklin, Foxboro, and the Rhode Island Watercolor Society. If you are in the neighborhood this weekend, you owe it to yourself to stop by and view their wonderful work.
Friday, June 17, 2011
Donna MacLure & Vail Pagliarani
Pictured in front of her luscious watercolor paintings is Wrentham artist Donna Maclure, one of the featured artists at the Patriot Place gallery the weekend of June 17-19. Vail Pagliarani, a distinguished local artist, is also featured, along with returning Neponset Valley Artists Cindy Kerr and Haydi Hurley. Donna and Vail will both be painting during their weekend at the gallery and invite other painters to join them.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Gallery "Opening" Succesful
Thanks to many members of the Foxboro Art Association, as well as relatives and friends of the artists, the Grand Opening reception of the "Artists' Studio & Gallery at Patriot Place" last Friday night was well-attended and provided an opportunity for artists and friends to socialiize with each other and admire the beautiful work of 10 different artists. Featured this weekend were members of the Neponset Valley Artists, a sub-group of the Foxboro Art Association, which paints together every Thursday evening in Walpole and, in the process, inspires each other to grow as artists. Based on the rave reviews, their work on display is outstanding. Check it out!
Next weekend (June 17-19) the featured artists will be Donna MacLure and Vail Pagliarani.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Our GRAND OPENING reception is scheduled for this coming Friday June 10 from 6-8pm. Drop in to check out beautiful and affordable art, food by "Tavolino's" (a popular restaurant at Patriot Place) and live music. If you haven't come by to check it out yet, this Friday is the time to do it. See you there.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Another Fun Weekend
This past weekend, the gallery hosted the three featured artists pictured here. From left to right, they are Laura Zangetti, Frank Robertson, and Antonia Marshall. They all enjoyed themselves and each other. And what made it especially meaningful was that they were able to paint while interacting with the public. Kathy Hutchinson hosted the group this weekend and managed the administrative duties -- like signing up two more featured artists (Margaret DeVito and Roberta Remieres for Labor Day weekend). If you are interested in displaying your work, or have questions about exhibiting, contact Frank Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Upcoming Featured Artists
This painting is a watercolor painted by Antonia Marshall, one of our featured artists this weekend (June 3-5) at the "Artists' Studio & Gallery at Patriot Place". The other featured artists will be Frank Robertson and Laura Zanghetti. Feel free to drop by and view their wonderful works. We are located between Skipjack's restaurant and CBS Scene, and are open Friday 5-9 pm, Saturday 1-9 pm and Sunday 11 am to 6 pm. The following weekend, June 10-12, will feature artist members of the Neponset Valley Artists, including: Nancy Bacevich, Tony Donovan, Haydi Hurley and Cindy Kerr.
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