Bear Gallery Sculpture Exhibit at Historic Hale Farm

May 1, 2013

Prometheus by Grant Archer ’13

The Beverly Historical Society and Montserrat College of Art’s Bear Gallery commemorate the coming of summer in the town of Beverly with an annual art installment on the Hale Farm property. The reception will take place in the backyard of 39 Hale Street at the John Hale House on Tuesday, May 7, 4 – 6 pm. The house once belonged to Rev. John Hale who played a role in the 1692 Salem witchcraft trials.

Artist’s in the show:

Ian Barrie
Jacob Corvelo
Angela Gravel
Sarah Graziano
Amanda Hawes
Nygel Jones
Mirek Kutnik
Len Thomas-Vickory
Chelbi Wades

The artist’s individual works in the show contain their own unique characteristics. Installed together on the grounds of the historic Hale Farm, the pieces transform the space to a whimsical atmosphere that accentuates the rebirth of nature in the spring. The artists have used a variety of techniques and mediums, including steel, fabric, clay, slate and shells.

Please contact curator Elizabeth Paddock or Emily Fung for more information.

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