Seven Pastel Artists Band Together for Summer Exhibit
The Brush Gallery Lowell, MA – Pastel became fashionable during the 18th century as a method of portrait painting. This art medium consists of powdered pigment and a binder in the form of a stick.
Pastel Scapes is an exhibition of work exploring subjects such as the ocean, nature, city greenspaces, rivers, and trees.
Ann Gillespie, Jeff Fioravanti, Laurinda Phakos O’Connor, Christine Bodnar, Pamela Wamala, Maureen Spinale. Christine Chisholm
The Brush Art Gallery and Studios is located in the Lowell National Historical Park across the courtyard from the Visitor Center.
256 Market Street, Lowell MA 01852
Hours: April 1 to December 31: (Tues- Sat) 11 am – 4 pm. (Sun) 12 -4