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A New Gallery in the Torpedo Factory

We at The Art League have a new neighbor upstairs in the Torpedo Factory — or, more accurately, new neighbors. The Associates Gallery in studio 319 is the newest gallery in the Factory, and they’re presenting a new exhibit in March.

This inaugural exhibit, “Four,” presents the work of four artists: Julie Patrick, Kara Hammond, Barbara Muth, and Jill Finsen.

Clockwise from bottom left: Hurricane Neon by Julie Patrick, And Another Thing by Barbara Muth, Oasis by Kara Hammond, and Roundabouts by Jill Finsen.
Clockwise from bottom left: Hurricane Neon by Julie Patrick, And Another Thing by Barbara Muth, Oasis by Kara Hammond, and Roundabouts by Jill Finsen.

The Associates Gallery comprises 15 artists, including painters, photographers, fiber, and ceramic artists, all juried members of the Torpedo Factory Artists’ Association. You’ll recognize six of the members as Art League members, too: Barbara Muth, Maria Simonsson, Ellen Delaney, Gail Spencer Saour, Jo Ann Tooley, and Susan Sherwin.

This exhibit runs March 1 to 29, with a new show to follow each month! The Associates Gallery is open daily from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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