Friday, April 4, 2014

PAS Members at Art of the Great Bay Show in Greenland, NH

PAS members, Deb Luoma and Pam Short, will have their artwork included in the Art of the Great Bay Show in Greenland, NH.

The opening reception will be Friday, April 4 from 5:30-8:30 at The Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center Great Bay Discovery Center, 89 Depot Road, Greenland, NH.

The show will continue Saturday and Sunday, April 5th and 6th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Award Winning Poet Patricia Fargnoli to Read in Princeton Sunday, April 13 at 1:00 p.m.


Poet Patricia Fargnoli will read from her book of poetry "Winter," Sunday, April 13 at 1:00 p.m. in the Senior Center Room on the first floor of the Princeton Community Center Building, 18 Boylston Avenue, Princeton, MA.

Patricia Fargnoli, from Walpole NH was the New Hampshire Poet Laureate from 2006-2009.  She has published four books and three chapbooks of poetry and has won The May Swenson Book Award, the Foreward Silver Book of the Year Award, the NH Literary Award for Poetry and the Sheila Mooton Book Award.  She has also published over 300 poems in literary journals such as Poetry, Ploughshares, Massachusetts Review, Harvard Review. A MacDowell Fellow and retired social worker she now teaches poetry
privately.

This event is made possible in part by a grant from the Princeton Cultural Council, a local agency funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Everyone is welcome.

Thomas Prince School Student Art Exhibit at Princeton Bank and Town Hall


The Princeton Arts Society, the Princeton Town Hall, and the Princeton Branch of the Barre Bank are proud to present a selection of art work created by students of the Thomas Prince School under the direction of art instructor, Anita Cook.

All of the work has been created during the current school year and was displayed as part of the school’s annual Community Arts Festival held in March. Art work includes various media including sculptures created with the shared theme of “Nature.”

Visitors will see flowers, owls, landscapes, and abstract interpretations of floral designs. Work may be viewed during standard business hours at the Bank and at the Town Hall through the end of April.

We are fortunate to have such a quality art program and such talented students from Princeton and surrounding towns.

The show includes the work of the following students on exhibit at the following locations:

The Barre Bank
Shawn Bernard (K)                                
Charlie Doyle (First)                              
Amelia Raniford (Second)                    
Ethan Gardula (Third)            
Sophie Farr (Third)
Samantha Atkins (Third)
Daniel Forky (Fourth)
John “Jack” King (Fifth)
Madison DiPadua (Sixth)
Jenny Clark-Viklund (Seventh)
Lillian “Lilly” Antonio (Seventh)
Carly Dickson (Eighth)

Bank Hours: M: 8:30AM-4PM; TU & W: 9AM-4PM; TH: 9AM-5PM; F: 8:30 AM-6PM; SA: 8:30AM-12 NOON

Bagg Hall (The Town Hall)
Charlotte Long (K)
Madison Perry (First)
Ainsley Nunn (Second)
Eric Shurtleff (Third)
Laney Harrold (Third)
Sean Connors (Third)
Laurel Mitchell (Fourth)
Violet Gunsalus (Fifth)
Hunter Johnson (Sixth)
Isabelle Lanpher (Sixth)
Gabriel Springfield (Seventh)
Laurel Lowenthal (Eighth)

Bagg Hall (The Town Hall) Hours: Monday-Thursday 8AM – 4PM

Stephen Knapp Exhibit


Princeton Arts Society Winners at the GALA Spring Show



Members of the Princeton Arts Society took home many of the top awards at the recent Gardner Area League of Arts annual Spring Show.  Congratulations to all of the following PAS members for an outstanding showing!

Emilie Astell - “Stonington Harbor” Pastel 3rd Place
Andrea Driscoll - “Red River Marsh” Acrylic 1st Place
Len Haug - “The Eastern Tiger Swallowtail” Mixed Media 1st Place
Naida Knox - “After the Fire” Mixed Media 2nd Place
Lori MacDonald – “Lobster Cove Annisquam” Popular Choice Award 1st Place
Heather March – “Brooch 1,” 3-D 2nd Place & “Necklace” 3-D 3rd Place
James O'Rourke – “Flat Pond” Popular Choice 3rd Place & “There Could Be Mice” Open 3rd Place
Joanne Quinn - “Sagatabscot” Oil 2nd Place & “On the Pond” Pastel Honorable Mention
Pam Short -“Skies over Wachusett” Best in Show & Pastel 1st Place, “Through the Marsh” Pastel 2nd Place & “Just Hay-ngin Around” Pastel Honorable Mention

Friday, March 14, 2014

Artist Talk March 28


ARTIST TALK
 
March 28, 2014, 5 PM
Mechanics Hall
Worcester, Massachusetts
 
Charlotte Wharton, Copley Master, PSA, will give a talk about the
making of her portrait of Abby Kelley Foster, which hangs in the Great
Hall in Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts.
For more information about the portrait: http://www.charlottewhartonstudio.com/Abbey/abbey.htm
 
 
The Event is free but as space is limited, please RSVP to Worcester
Women’s History Project by March 20 at
               
Charlotte Wharton Studio
Worcester, Massachusetts
508-425-6719
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