Monday, June 30, 2014

Demo Is On Line

If you missed our last meeting in May, you can still view the demo on line, courtesy of Foxboro Cable Access TV. The demo was by Kim Weineck on Framing For Artists and has lots of tips on how to frame works of art. It runs over an hour and is definitely worth watching. Check it out by clicking on the link here:
If the link doesn't work, just type in, then click on "video" at the top, then click on "all videos", and then click on the video of the Foxboro Art Association.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Member Notes

Saturday evening, June 21, the Next Door Gallery, 250 North St., Mansfield, is hosting an Artists' Reception, 7-9 pm. Several members of our Art Association will be on display. Refreshments and music will be provided.
19th Annual Arts Affair will be held by Marina Bay in Quincy the weekend of Aug. 2 and 3. Reception and drop off will be held Friday, Aug 1, 5:30-7:30. $25 for 2 entries. Prize money in 6 media categories. Must register by July 12. For more info, consult

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Re-Opening June 14

The Art Gallery & Studio at Patriot Place has re-opened in its new, more central location -- around the corner from its former location, and across from Davio's. The weekend hours are the same as before: Friday 5-9, Saturday 1-9, and Sunday 12-6. Come browse all the local art by members of the Foxboro Art Association. A combination reception and paintout is scheduled for Saturday, June 28. And if it rains, we will be protected by the solar panels/roof which was erected last year around the corner.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Member News

The Art Gallery at Patriot Place is moving around the corner to a more central location, adjacent to the street that cuts between Davio's and Bar Louie's. It will be closed the weekends of June 7 and June 14 to prepare the new space. More info and photos can be seen at
Ralph Calderwood returned from a 2-week tour of Italy and is posting photos from his trip on Facebook. Like him and view his wonderful photos.
The Boyden Library is showing a new exhibit of 34 labor-related posters collected by Stephen Lewis during June. These posters combine both history and art, because many of the labor events hired artists to design the posters. (One of theses is pictured here.) Mr. Lewis also has an exhibit of posters of "Black Leaders" from around the world at the Norton Library and posters of the "99% Resist" movement at the Wrentham Library. So if you are in the neighborhood in June....