Headline Category Date
ALL ARTS GALLERY :: 2019 Exhibition ScheduleALL GalleryJanuary 1
ALL Call for Entry::EXPOSED 2019Call for SubmissionsAugust 5
ALL Gallery::OUT OF THE ORDINARY::Reception today 4-6 PMALL GalleryJune 7
Call for Entry::Fabrication of Imagination 2019Call for SubmissionsApril 23
Gates Block Garden::Donations needed to keep the garden beautifulFundraiserMay 8
Greenwald Gallery::Cloud Palette: watercolors by Don SullivanALL GalleryMay 29
Plein Air Painting::Claire Gagnon::June, July & AugustCourseJune 1
The Brush: Calling ALL Quilters: PortraitsCall for SubmissionsMay 22
The Brush: Calling ALL Quilters: Portraits

Call for Entry:

Call For Entries: Quilts -- We've Got Personality
"We've Got Personality" - an exhibit of Art Quilts inspired by portraits.

Get creative, consider a self-portrait, family portraits, a friend's portrait, and of course animal and pet portraits.
All entries must be three layers stitched together. The techniques of hand and/or machine work, surface design, embroidery and embellishments to complete your entry are welcome.
Finished quilts cannot be larger than 50 wide and 65 long. Please include a 4-6 sleeve on the back for hanging.

Call for Entries / Full Prospectus http://www.thebrush.org/PDF/2019PortraitProspectus.pdf

The Brush Art Gallery and Studios is located in the Lowell National Historical Park across the courtyard from the Visitor Center. This dynamic and captivating place was originally founded by the Lowell Historic Preservation Commission, U.S. Department of the Interior in 1982. The Brush presents museum quality exhibitions, educational programs, and has collaborated with many other nonprofit groups. Artists occupy studio spaces to interact with and educate the public on a weekly basis. Currently, nine studio artists produce paintings, illustration, photography, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, quilts, and handwoven items. Associate artists display work in the common area. The Brush Art Gallery and Studios is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, and is supported by Lowell National Historical Park and Eastern National, a partner of the National Park Service.