Maudslay State Park
74 Curzon Mill Rd, Newburyport, MA
This year's theme is "Fracture".
Sculpture at Maudslay is a site-specific sculpture show that takes place each year at Maudslay State Park in Newburyport.
This is the 24th annual show.
Artists' reception on Saturday September 16, 6-8 pm at the Riverwalk Brewery.
130 Waltham St., Lexington
Annual Ceramics Guild exhibit, showcasing the work of a diverse group of ceramic artists. The pieces are inspired by natural world, and are either functional, sculptural, or decorative.
Artists' reception on Saturday June 15, from 3-5 pm.
Newburyport Art Association
65 Water St., Newburyport
Juried members showcase.
Open Tuesday - Saturday 11-5, Sunday 1-5
Artists' reception on Sunday October 14, from 2-4 pm
Newburyport Art Association
65 Water Street, Newburyport, MA
A juried show sculptural exhibit. This show is a collaboration between the New England Sculptor's Association and the Newburyport Art Association.
Exhibit to be shown in the Hartson Gallery on the second floor.
Artists' reception on June 21, 6-8 pm.
130 Waltham Street, Lexington
Annual exhibit by the artisans of the Metalworkers and Ceramics Guilds at the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society.
Artists' reception Sunday March 18, 2-4 pm.
Concord Art Association
37 Lexington Rd., Concord
This exhibit was juried by Debbie Disston, director of the McIninch Gallery of SNHU.
Concord Center for the Visual Arts was founded a century ago by Elizabeth Wentworth Roberts, an American Impressionist and philanthropist whose mission — to promote and advance the visual arts, artists and to sustain our cultural community—still stands today. With more than 850 members, Concord Art provides a place for contemporary art exhibitions, art education and a variety of topically relevant programming for everyone.
Artists reception on Thursday January 11, from 6-8.
The Brush Art Gallery and Studios
256 Market Street, Lowell
Awarded "Best in Show"
The Brush Art Gallery strives to nurture the working artist, keeping the visual arts alive and healthy in Lowell’s Historic district. Resident artists have studio space and produce art on site. Associate artists can participate in exhibitions in the common area.
Artists' reception on Saturday December 9, from 2-4 pm.
Parking is available in the lot at 304 Dutton St, Lowell (follow signs for Visitor Center).
1963 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington
A pop-up exhibition of over 200 original works by 30+ artists, displayed innovatively in an historic home.
Open daily from 11-5. Parking available on the street, and in a church lot next door.
Artists' reception on Friday December 1, from 5-8 pm.
gallery blink, 1963 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington MA
WORDplay features art inspired by text. Some pieces incorporate text as part of the image while others take their inspiration from a book, poem, play, newspaper, or magazine article.
Art speaks, whether or not text is included. In this show, the inspiration of the written language combined with the visual language of an artist makes for a compelling body of work. Each piece of art has its own story to tell.
17 Solomon Pierce Rd., Lexington MA
A benefit for the Lexington Garden Club
Fitchburg Art Museum, 185 Elm Street, Fitchburg MA
This one of the oldest juried exhibitions in New England. It strives to discover, encourage, and highlight the many talented artists and crafters in the local community.
Boston Design Center
Juried show, held in conjunction with the New England Sculptors Association, meant to encourage the idea of incorporating sculpture into interior & landscape design.
6 Bridges Gallery, 77 Main St., Maynard MA
A group of six artists gathered by chance five years ago in the ceramics studio at the DeCordova Museum. Using various sculptural techniques, glazes, stains and paints, each ceramicist set upon her own path. And yet, working alongside each other, their pieces developed a conversation of their own that embraces the organic nature and texture of clay through form, color and whimsy.
Lexington Arts & Crafts Society
130 Waltham St., Lexington MA
Juried show, featuring clay artists connected to the state of Massachusetts. Wayne Higby, Alfred University, juror.