November 2 – December 4, 2021 Opening Reception: Sunday, November 14, 2 – 4 pm* Artists’ Talk: Tuesday, November 9, 5 – 5:45 pm The James King Bonnar Show is named after the founder of the Newton Art Association and is a historically important exhibit for the association with family endowed prizes worth $600. This … More Newton Art Association’s JAMES KING BONNAR SHOW
February 3 – 21 A group exhibition featuring mixed media and collage work of contemporary local and national artists.
September 9 – October 4, 2014 Ten women artists with individual practices have met monthly for over six years to craft their careers as thoughtfully as they create their art. Larger Than the Sum of Its Parts features painting, sculpture and installation in celebration of the power of their group experience.
January 21 – February 21, 2014 An exhibition of work by former assistants and interns from Muskat Studios, a professional print studio celebrating its 20th anniversary. Over a 20 year period, Muskat Studios has worked with more then 50 assistants, many of them as interns from fine art programs at various colleges. All of them … More Creative Paths
December 5 – 20, 2013 My work is dominated by self portraiture. I work from the mirror and occasional photo but lately I have been creating my likeness through memory. Symbols dictate the work and help me organize my subject matter that includes dreams, family, relationships and death. Birds have repeatedly appeared after a loved … More David Bondar – “For the Birds”
November 12 – 29 Hans Guggenheim is a renowned artist, illustrator, anthropologist and scholar. A few highlights of Hans’ career include traveling the world for LIFE magazine as an artist–reporter in 1956 and founding ProjectGuggenheim, a foundation that helps to establish art programs for young people around the world. The exhibition, entitled “Sketchology” includes the … More Hans Guggenheim – “Sketchology”
October 6 – November 10, 2013 Our annual Creative Showcase featured artwork and creative endeavors of Lasell College faculty and staff. A total of 27 people participated in the exhibition. The work included paintings, drawings, photography, fashion items and faculty publications.