Art Gallery – Past Exhibits

Here are a few past exhibits from our art gallery


  • May Gallery Exhibit – “Observational Watercolors” An Exhibition by the Silver Lake Middle School 8th Grade Art Students This May, our gallery and reading area feature the watercolor paintings of the Silver Lake Middle School 8th Grade Art Students. The 8th grade painting and drawing classes at Silver Lake Middle School present their observational watercolors in this show. Painting and drawing is one of the three art elective classes ... Continue Reading
  • January Gallery & Display Case Exhibit – Paul Chapdelaine Portrait of two brothers with a red backgroundThis January, the gallery will feature the art work of Paul Chapdelaine. In this exhibit, the scenes feature landscapes in Marshfield and Duxbury. Also, included are several portraits.  The paintings are all created using oils and are painted on wood. Paul began his career in art in the mid 1970’s. Living ... Continue Reading
  • December Gallery Exhibit- An International Poster Exhibit by Stephen Lewis Large purple palm printThis December, our gallery will feature a selection of posters from the collection of Stephen Lewis. Organizations in many countries use posters as a way to communicate ideas and messages to their audience. Posters are sometimes used as billboards and are pasted on walls, fences and poles all over a ... Continue Reading
  • November 2017 – Kingston Council On Aging Oil Painting Class Boat house with sailboat in the yardThis November, our gallery will exhibit  work by the students of A. Violet Berry in their Wednesday morning oil painting workshops. The students featured in this exhibit are Susan Lee Traft, Gail Burgess, Leanne Berry, Rita Bento, Sue Mrosk, Maralyn “Gig” Paris, Ruth Littman, Diane Wilson, Gladys McGarry, Bill Mello, ... Continue Reading
  • October 2017 – The World Around Us by Scotty Hokanson Purple flower on red and green backgroundThe World Around Us by Scotty Hokanson   Artist’s Statement:  My name is Scotty Hokanson.  I am a sophomore in high school at Sacred Heart in Kingston.  I am looking forward to a career in the visual arts.  In the 6th grade I told my parents that I no longer wanted to play ... Continue Reading
  • September 2017 – Paul Casagrande: Road to Redemption September 2017 - Paul Casagrande: Road to Redemption“Road to Redemption”  by Paul Casagrande This September, our gallery features the pen and ink watercolors of Kingston artist Paul Casagrande. In this exhibit, “The Road To Redemption And Other Places”, the six churches on the Main Street of Kingston are among some of the historic buildings and other local places of interest featured in ... Continue Reading
  • August 2017 – Steve Clinch Artist painting a picture of a lighthouseSteve Clinch’s Biography: Born, brought up and educated in the Boston Area, I began my career with a mechanical engineering degree, but evolved to senior management positions with a number of manufacturing companies. Early in my career, we moved to Gloucester, where I first began to apply my drawing skills to the medium of oils.     You ... Continue Reading
  • July 2017 – Ed Corvelli: Alaska: Land of Wonders A bear cub in long grassMy interest in photography goes back to my youth with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye camera. I have experienced the evolution of photography from film to the present day digital imaging. The dramatic change in the art of photography has been remarkable. I was the President and owner of New England Book ... Continue Reading