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Fountain Street Studios Presents Second Fridays Art Walk Strolls

August 28, 2009 (5:02 pm EST)
Filed under: Arts / Culture by News Staff

Framingham, MA - Fountain Street Studios, 59 Fountain Street, Framingham, announces Art Walk Strolls on second Fridays: September, October, November, December, 2009, from 6 - 9 pm. This Fall collaboration begins with an opening reception on Friday, September 11, from 6 - 9pm.

Fountain Street Studios is a thriving artists' community located in the historic Bancroft Building in South Framingham, MA. With over 60 working artists, Fountain Street Studios is diverse and inclusive, and enjoys an excellent rapport with the surrounding community, including other artist groups, as well as both public and private supporters of the arts. A multitude of visual styles and media exist within the group of resident artists whose innate goal is to make art that inspires, excites, breaks boundaries and fosters the creativity in all.

The strolls feature 16 Resident Artists: Jodie Apeseche, Painting, Mixed Meda; Cheryl Clinton, Painting; Becky Kisabeth Gibbs, Abstract Painting; Bob Grignaffini, Oil Painting; Carol O'Malia, Oil Painting; Joan Sprachman, Painting; Roy Perkinson, Oil, Watercolor;Sorin Bica, Contemporary Painting, Drawing; Priscilla Claus, Painting, Printmaking;Lynne Damianos, Photography; Karen Jacobs, Contemporary Landscapes; Margie Sisitskey, Painting, Pottery; Gesa Lehnert, Painting, Sculpture, Mixed Media; Benedito Megidesh, Fine Furniture Design; Will Kerr, Painting; Paul Riedl, Painting, Furniture Restoration and Design.

Fountain Street Studios artists are thrilled to open their doors for these monthly strolls. This is a special opportunity to see new and exciting works by many artists in their own creative spaces. The stroll is a fun and casual way to see a wide range of contemporary artworks in a relaxed setting. Fountain Street Studios is handicapped accessible except to wheelchairs, as the freight elevator can only be reached by descending two stairs. The strolls are free and open to the public with plenty of free parking available.

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