Monthly Archives: March 2014

2014 Spring Member’s Art Exhibit and Sale – May 17th and 18th

The Guidry Center Dean College 109 West Central Street Franklin, MA 02038 http://www.dean.edu/ Saturday May 17th 12 pm to 8 pm Sunday May 18th 12 pm to 3 pm The exhibit is free and open to the public and includes:

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Kris Occhino Invited Participant of “Women in the Arts”

Kris Occhino was invited by the Preservation Framer and Gallery in North Attleboro, MA to be a part of a show titled “Women in the Arts”.  Kris will be also be exhibiting a watercolor in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s annual

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April 2nd FAA Meeting Features Oil Painter Christina Beecher

The Franklin Art Association’s April 2nd meeting will feature a demonstration by oil painter Christina Beecher.

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“Art by the Dozen” Exhibit at the Spring Bull Gallery

Twelve very accomplished artists members of the RI Watercolor Society and Franklin Art Association will exhibit their artwork at the Spring Bull Gallery, located at 55 Bellevue Ave., in Newport, RI.  The show will be on display for the month

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Rebecca Skinner Included in Attleboro Art Museum’s “Flower Show”

Rebecca Skinner will have work in the Attleboro Art Museum’s “Flower Show” on exhibit March 20-23, 2014. www.attleboroartsmuseum.org She will also have work at the Morini Gallery’s “Zoom (In)” exhibit March 15th thru May 18th, 2014.  Opening: March 15th from

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Eckberg Selected for Maine Gallery Guide

Gail Eckberg has again been selected from among galleries and artists across Maine for the upcoming 2014 issue of  the Maine Gallery Guide, showing her work “Rocky Road”. Gail’s work can also be seen at The Natick Center For The

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Franklin Cultural District Proposed

The Town of Franklin has been asked to take necessary steps to create a State-designated Cultural District in Franklin; the area would include many of the Towns’ cultural resources and involvement of all cultural organizations and artists will be very

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