2 new art exhibitions open at Goodnow Library
SUDBURY, MA – The Sudbury Art Association opened two art exhibits at the Goodnow Library this month. The exhibits feature a range of work, from pottery and photographs to a collection of mailed artwork.
Here’s more from a Goodnow press release:
The “Animals” exhibit features pieces created by members of the Sudbury Art Association (SAA) from a variety of mediums, including paint, clay, fiber, photography and more.
Artwork is on display in the community hall and gallery, while 3D pieces are displayed in display cases around the library.
“These exhibits make the library even more colorful, vibrant and welcoming than usual, and I encourage members of the community to stop by to view the works,” Director Green said. “Each piece is special in its own way. I am amazed at each artist’s ability to take something simple and turn it into something unique and eye-catching.”
This exhibition features postal works that artists from around the world have sent to the Sudbury Art Association and A Lifely Read.
The pieces are presented in front of the Sara Sherman Now Lab.
Mail art generally includes small-scale works that can be sent through the postal service, such as postcards, fake postage, decorated envelopes, friendship books and more.
SAA was established in 2010, with a mission to promote and cultivate the practice and appreciation of all forms of visual arts within the Sudbury community. It currently has over 80 members who are connected by their love of art. Click here for more information on the Sudbury Art Association.