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Transitory Pause by Sharon Ede Glennon

Opening Reception, Tuesday March 5, 7:00 pm, on view March 2-28, Gallery: Combining printmaking and painting processes, and through the use of color, symbols and gestural marks, Sharon Ede Glennon creates complex abstract/surreal paintings filled with richly painted passages and a keen sense of detail. Her intricate creative process includes pouring, glazing, drawing, printing and manipulating mixed media including acrylic and oil paint, oil pastel, graphite, pastel, ink transfers and gel.


Sharon Ede Glennon has taught classes in painting and printmaking. Her work has been exhibited in New York, New England and is included in numerous private collections.

Newton Camera Club Annual Print Exhibit

Opening Reception, Tuesday, March 5, 7:00 pm, on view March 2-28, Main Hall: The joy of photography is what brings together members of the Newton Camera Club. Their annual print exhibit showcases some of the best work produced by club members, with a variety of photographic subjects and approaches. The Club’s photographers range from novice to professional, but all share a passion for photography, whether through capturing nature's many moods, the varied forms and expressions of human subjects or through the delight in capturing some little detail that most would not notice. Visit Newton Camera Club.

(Image by: Nicole Mordecai)

Displays March 2019

Teen Gallery, on view through spring 2019: Based on the theme of the Portrait, each piece showcases some of the many ways in which the human image is interpreted and presented. Pieces in this show are from both Newton North and Newton South High Schools. Frames by Abraxis Framing in Auburndale.

Displays on view through March 28:

Atrium: Learn about the lives of Boston’s earliest Jewish residents and their interactions with their Puritan neighbors. Related program info below.

Main Hall Cases: Enjoy a display of handcrafted miniature sculptures and music boxes created by Russian-born artist, Arkady Tsesarsky. The pieces are whimsical and realistic. The artist combines tagua nut (aka vegetable ivory) with exotic types of wood, shell and beads to create memorable, funny and touching works of art full of passion and intensity. Visit: minisculpturesbyarkady.com.

Third Floor Language and Literacy Center Country Display: Learn about Senegal from a display of books, CDs and DVDs!