welcomes the opportunity
to provide local artists the opportunity to exhibit their works to the
general public. Exhibits include a wide range of media and
content thus reflecting the diversity and the vibrancy of the artistic
community in Southbridge and Central Massachusetts.
want to paint everything that I see. I do not just see the object or
the person: I see the light, the dark, the tones, and the colors. I
become inspired. I take a picture.
Often when I’m talking with
people I draw portraits of them in my mind. I get captivated by each
bird or a butterfly that comes near.
When walking in the woods, I want to paint every tree, flower and mushroom I see. Again, I take pictures.
most recent work is done with alcohol ink. I love the way it moves and
flows with a bit of defiance. Some of my work is with oils, acrylics
and watercolors. I love them all. Each has a different look
that I appreciate. I often work from photos. Photos help me retain the light at the moment of inspiration.
have explored many creative avenues including stage/set design, murals,
furniture restoration, upcycling and garden décor. My portrait work
also appears drawn and carved on pumpkins at the Great
Pumpkin Spectacular every October at the Roger William Park Zoo.
- Mario Quiroz (September)
- Debra Horan (October)
- Fogger (November)
- Gingerbread Houses (December)