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Art Exhibits Archive

Newton Art Association, September 2017, Gallery, Main Hall and Display Cases

Opening Reception, Newton Art Association’s 68th Annual Awards Show, Wednesday, September 6, 7:00 pm, on view September 5-28: View original works by more than 80 Newton Art Association (NAA) members including paintings, photographs, prints, sculpture and ceramics. NAA will award $1200 in prizes to show participants.

The Newton Art Association, founded in 1949 by the late James King Bonnar and a small group of artists, seeks to encourage the expression of fine arts in the Newton community. Outstanding New England artists demonstrate their techniques at free NAA programs on the second Thursdays of the month, September through May at the Newton Senior Center in Newtonville. The NAA also organizes critiques, lectures, workshops and exhibits for members throughout the year. Visit the Newton Art Assocation. (Image by Angela Fiore)

(Image by Carole Slattery)

 

 

 

(Image by Irwin Thompson)

Displays September 2017

Amy_XiaoTeen Gallery and Second Floor Display Cases:

A Snapshot of Newton South Arts, second floor Teen Gallery, on view through fall 2017: This collection of student work from Newton South High School is bound by the common thread of self-portraits, both through non-traditional and traditional means. Metaphoric images stand in for the self and snapshots of everyday moments represented in still lifes highlight the building blocks of small moments that comprise our lives. Also included are works that received a Silver Key in the 2017 Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.

Thanks to Eric Blomster of Abraxis Framing Co. in Newton, who provided the frames cost-free. (Image by: A. Xiao)

September displays will be on view from 9/5-28.

Atrium Cases 1 and 2: View photographs of the Nathaniel Allen House, a mid-19th century Newton home and school where students from all over the world came to attend. The house included bedrooms for students, classrooms and a bowling alley. The Webster Street home is now owned by the Newton Cultural Alliance and is being renovated as a local arts center. Current and historic photographs will be exhibited. Info: Contact Tira Khan here.
 
Third Floor Language and Literacy Center Country Display: Learn about Italy from a display of books, CDs and DVDs!