Front Street Art Gallery will “discover the art of scituate” this year


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.

At Maureen Brookfield's

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

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