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We hope you can join us for an exhibition of new works, to meet our newest artist, David Kooharian, and to chat with Paul Batch, Jonathan Earle, Andrea Petitto, Amy Sanders, Paul Schulenburg, and Cleber Stecei who plan to attend our reception from 4:00 to 6:00. A portion of sales from the day will be donated to the Native American Rights Fund, the nonprofit legal organization defending the rights of Native Americans. The exhibition will include portrait studies of Danielle…Find out more »
Thanksgiving Weekend Show of Gratitude and Open House Saturday, November 27 from 10:00 to 6:00 will feature new works by gallery artists from the United States, Canada and France. Sales from the Open House will benefit the Cape Cod Foster Closet.
The Cape Cod Foster Closet assists foster, pre-adoptive, and kinship families by providing necessary items such as formula, toothbrushes, diapers, shoes, toys, books, baby equipment (including formula and car seats) and furniture for all ages. For more information, capecodfostercloset.org.Find out more »
New works and lots of treats, with sales to benefit the Homeless Prevention Council (HPC). Please check back for event details. HPC is a critical resource for our neighbors in need, and has helped more than 42,000 Lower Cape residents. The agency addresses the housing crisis by providing support and funds to help ensure that everyone in our community can thrive. For more information, please visit hpccapecod.org.Find out more »
Always looking for new lights, Olivier travels often, to Italy (Rome, Venice), Vietnam, Morocco, Spain, Egypt, Mauritius. He shows throughout France, in China, Japan and, in the United States, exclusively at the Addison Art Gallery. His work is featured in multiple books and films. Artist’s Statement: My first inspiration remains the human being and its environment, its connivance; small scenes of life become exceptional if one knows how to pay attention to them. Fleeting lights and movement, dynamics, our hesitations…Find out more »