Sixth Annual Lexington Open Studios 2014
April 26 & 27 Hours:  11am to 5pm

Three things to know:

1.   Each year more and more artists, this year 70 plus, have joined in organizing, exhibiting and demonstrating at this special event. These are artists who live or work in Lexington such as teachers or members of the art societies, and all will be available to discuss the techniques used and the inspiration behind their creative process.
     
2.   Artwork will be for sale, so it’s a great opportunity to skip the mall and pick up a creative gift or art object for your home.  Ceramics, Paintings, Sculpture, Fiber Arts, Jewelry, Photography, Basketry, Collage, prints and cards….all in a wonderful array of styles and mediums.
     
3.   Grab a map on-line or at the locations listed below and spend a couple of days, perhaps on your bicycle, scouting out all the nooks and crannies in the town to see what goes on in these artists' studios.


Lexington is very fortunate to have a growing, changing and thriving arts community.  Sometimes this is invisible.  Artists often work quietly and may not show or sell their work in places near you!  The 6th Annual Lexington Open Studios offers the public a rare opportunity to venture into some of these otherwise hidden creative places! There are many artists working behind their closed doors, inside basements, attics, attached studios, studios in community arts buildings, who are creating wonderful and unique art.  So enjoy this exciting weekend.  Perhaps you will be inspired to join us!" - Emily Passman and Jean Hart – Artists of the LOS Committee



Exhibit Locations:


-   Home Studios Locations throughout Lexington
     
-   Munroe Center for the Arts Studio Artists 1403 Massachusetts Ave.
       
-   Munroe Center for the Arts Community Space 1403 Massachusetts Ave.
     
-   Lexington Arts and Crafts Society 130 Waltham Street

For more information and directions please see the ARTIST DIRECTORY and MAP, or CONTACT us for more details.

 

 
   
   
   
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Lexington Council for the Arts,
a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.