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Image: Richard Denzer, Triscott’s Buoys
100 Years of Concord Art
1922 – 2022
Concord Art is celebrating 100 years of promoting and advancing the visual arts and artists.
Richard will give an instructor’s introduction to his approach and process of painting tightly rendered watercolors from photographs. Completed painting examples will be shared with a wide-ranging discussion of materials, strategies, and techniques to achieve...Click for Details
Using the the lines of the land through studying the composition of the natural landscape, we will layer our landscape paintings to create a new visual language of transparencies and abstraction. Picking out abstract shapes,...Click for Details
Join us in celebrating 150 years of Arbor Day and the release of the poetry anthology Tree Lines: 21st Century American Poems with co-editors Jessica Greenbaum and Fred Marchant. Enjoy the exhibition Becoming Trees and stay...Click for Details
Deborah Drummond is an abstract artist working in paint and collage. In this demo she will talk about how her art background has evolved with mono printing for collage using a gel press plate. The...Click for Details
IN PERSON: Artist Talk: Reflections on A Changing Planet (in Anticipation of Earth Day): A Conversation about Landscape Photography with Laura McPhee
In conjunction with the exhibition Becoming Trees, Artist Laura McPhee will present a selection of her large format photographs of the desert west and discuss ideas about the earth we inhabit, ideas sometimes environmental, sometimes...Click for Details
There is nothing that men do that is not done by women now in Boston,” said one art critic in 1889. The city was a conspicuous leader in the emergence of women professionals in all...Click for Details