Upcoming Exhibits in the Summer Street Gallery

The spring and summer of 2014 is an exciting time for supporters of the visual arts at the Summer Street Gallery at TCAN.  In a span of five months, four individual, accomplished local artists will be exhibiting their works on our walls, which range from acrylic painting to nature photography. 



Starting off, artist Neil Wilkins“Confluence” opens for the month of April and continues at Renew Arts & Industry, just a block away in Natick Center.  Inspired by a background in teaching chemistry, Wilkins describes his paintings and drawings as a study in “visual applications of organic circular patterning”.  Join us for a reception on Saturday, April 19th from 2-4pm at TCAN followed by an artist talk with Renew at 4:30pm.




May’s featured artist Beth Hoffer is a photographer who is inspired by the natural and architectural beauty of New England.  Her work includes beautiful landscapes of the Maine coast, White Mountains, Cape Cod and Boston and its suburbs. The photographs bring to mind favorite places and pleasant memories of time spent in New England. Looking at the world through her lens, Beth has come to appreciate that everything changes, be it by the season, day or minute.




Born in Seattle, Washington, June’s featured artist Chelsea Sebastian currently lives and works in Wellesley. Her works are acrylic on canvas and are inspired by her family, international travels and her husband's flower bouquets.  Chelsea comes from a heritage of painters dating back to mid-1800’s; her great-great grandfather was the painter Frederick Nelson Atwood from Cape Cod, MA.  Chelsea credits her mom for teaching her to embrace bold colors, while her dad taught her to use perspective to build movement.




Sandy Selesky is an award-winning bird and wildlife photographer and former President of the Nashoba Valley Photo Club in Westford, MA. Join us in July and August for "Birds and Wildlife: A Photographic Passion". Her image of a "Young, Wet, Great Horned Owl" was on exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. in spring 2006 along with other chosen winners of the Nature's Best International Photography Awards competition.  



For additional information regarding Gallery openings, please contact the box office at 508-647-0097 x201 and be sure to visit our Gallery Page.