The power of imagination is explored and celebrated this March by the Loading Dock Gallery with its new show, Portals of Imagination featuring the inspired works of John Dunkelberg and Debra O’Connell. The combination
Energetic lines and brilliant colors electrify at the Loading Dock Gallery this August. Stephen Beccia and Richard Cross present About Face, a show of contemporary figurative art. Their work explores the human
Inspired during our pandemic summer, guest artist Donna Berger’s expressive, colorful, and deeply personal portraits celebrate restaurant front-line workers: their individuality, their good service, and all they do to keep
As we enter a new year, artists Tarja Cockell and Brooke Lambert celebrate with Color Play, a new show at the Loading Dock Gallery. This show combines Cockell’s quilts and textile collages
As our member artists unclutter their minds and their physical spaces the possibilities abound for the patrons of The Loading Dock Gallery! Gallery artists have been investing their time, love,
This January, Loading Dock Gallery presents Hello there! 4th Annual Greater Lowell Regional Art Show. Working together, students from Chelmsford High School, Groton-Dunstable Regional High School, Innovation Academy Charter School, and Tyngsborough High School present art designed to spark conversation. Hello there! celebrates young artists’ voices, with work that exemplifies the energy and courage of a rising generation.
This February, the Loading Dock Gallery presents Background/Colors, a show which explores setting, sensation, and heritage. Gallery members present a body of work that invites the viewer to reimagine experience through masterful interaction of imagery and color.
September’s cooperative gallery show Rare Earth, featuring six artists work reflecting nature.
“Flowers are a mystery and a delight, metaphors for what is briefly beautiful in our lives. Their glow is an invitation,” says Full Bloom artist Linda Dunn. We invite you
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.