Traditionally the first week of May is a week of celebrating the arts in Massachusetts. What started as Artweek Boston quickly has become a statewide celebration. While Artweek is officially taking a hiatus this year, we still want to celebrate the arts. A fun and safe in-person art experience featuring some of your favorite Western

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

Celebrating ArtWeek Differently This Year ArtWeek in a pandemic. The art community is resilient and our Outdoor Art Markets are an example of that. Traditionally the first week of May is a week of celebrating the arts in Massachusetts. What started as Artweek Boston quickly has become a statewide celebration. While Artweek is officially taking

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

This April, representation, and abstraction meet to create an Invocation of Place. Priscilla Levesque paints landscapes in the pointillist style, a technique pioneered during the late 19th century by Georges Seurat. With meticulous detail, she builds shapes from small dots of color. Noel Soucy creates abstracts using acrylics and alcohol inks. Her work is organic, full

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