The artists of the Front Street Art Gallery put Scituate in the spotlight this year by creating and exhibiting works inspired by the seaside town. Scituate-themed exhibitions will run throughout the year as part of its “Discover the Art of Scituate” programming.
“Watercolor Wonders” begins Feb. 3 and features watercolor artists Judi Getch Brodman, Maureen K. Brookfield and Janet Cornacchio, painting nature and flowers in vibrant colors.
The rest of the range:
March: Check out the work of Scituate High School students in “Artists of Tomorrow.”
April: “The Best Art Around” is a local talent highlight reel and juried show from the Scituate Art Association.
Can: Soft pinks, blues and yellows symbolize spring in “Whispers of Pastels,” a showcase for guest artists Eileen Casey and Christine Bodnar.
June: Meet a trio of artists in “Meet Our New Members”, featuring the works of Kathy Mogayzel, Mark Malinowski and Michelle Clarke.
July: Soak up the sun in “Summer Spectacular,” an exhibit that features acrylics and oils by Carol Holder, Dick Copello, Daniel Reynolds, Edward Mikenas, and Mark Malinowski.
August: Michelle Clarke, Candy Clarke, Suzette Lebenzon and Kathy Mogayzel show off their talent in “Art on the Edge.”
September: Just in time for the start of Hollywood’s awards season, artwork inspired by movie scenes appears in a special exhibit called “Showcase the Art of the Movies” at the new Showcase Cinemas in Hanover Crossing.
October: “Opening Doors to Art” is a gallery exhibit with a drive-by component of decorated doors.
November December: “The Art of Giving” features the work of Paul Morgan and captures the spirit of the holiday season.
Front Street Art Gallery is a cooperative gallery with a jury of more than 20 local artists and artisans. It is led by the Association of Scientific Artsa non-profit organization that offers classes and artist residencies in the historic Ellis House.
The gallery is at 124 Front St. For more information, call 781 545-6150 or visit frontstreetartgallery.com.
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