Congratulations to Bruce Armitage for his sculpture titled Harriet’s Dream.
CONGRATS to the following artists: Elisa Adams, David Adilman, Anthony Alemany, Jeff Briggs, Lindley Briggs, Jeff Cooper, Memy Ish Shalom, Cindy Journey, David Kovacevic, Madeleine Lord, Maria Luongo, Brad Matthews,
NESA has initiated a partnership with our friends at Arlington International Film Festival…Art for art! Late Deadline ~ Sunday, May 30th The Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) based in Arlington,
Congratulations to Elisa Adams, Lindley Briggs and Lee Hutt NESA’s Artists who were accepted to this prestigious Exhibition. Elisa Adam’s Serenity Lindley Briggs’ Bird Whisperer Lee Hutt’s His Honor
Elisa Adams, David Adilman, Bruce Armitage, Cassie Doyon, Carolyn Enz Hack, Domenic Esposito, Liz Sibley Fletcher, Kimberly Harding, Linda Hoffman, Lee Hutt, Cornelia Kavanagh, Eric Lintala, Madeline Lord, Jacqueline Lorieo,
CALL FOR ENTRY! Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds is a vibrant community environment dedicated to arts education and appreciation on the Connecticut shoreline. Our mission is to create a bond between
Kicking off on Earth Day Here’s The LINK The spring public art walk is an outdoor art installation on conservation land surrounding Concord Center. The Umbrella works in collaboration with
Old Frog Pond Farm artists have created new sculptures on the theme of Refuge and our annual outdoor exhibit, Around the Pond and Through the Woods, will be open Thursdays through Sundays, 11-4 pm, beginning on September 3.
We are pleased to announce that the partnership between NESA and The Burlington Sculpture Park is at the stage of installation of the chosen works. They will be installed 2-3
Update: After a final conferring with the Burlington Selectman’s Committee, Burlington’s Sculpture Park will be installed in 3 phases, 2 sculptures a month for 3 consecutive months starting in mid
We just received word from Mim Fawcett, the Executive Director and Chief Curator of Attleboro Art Museum, that our online show “Take a Stand”, has received many positive responses and
What a wonderful night it was last night. The opening to the NAA show was delightful. It was full of lively conversationand gorgeous art. NESA’s Cindy Journey and Ryan Kelley
Historic New England and the New England Sculptors Association presented Changing Landscape explored how sculpture has an impact on its environment and enhanced a visitor’s experience. The art became an integral