STATE SENATOR EILEEN M. DONOGHUE AND WHISTLER HOUSE MUSEUM OF ART PRESENT ARTISTS OF LOWELL AT THE STATE HOUSE

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STATE SENATOR EILEEN M. DONOGHUE AND WHISTLER HOUSE MUSEUM OF ART PRESENT ARTISTS OF LOWELL AT THE STATE HOUSE

 

(LOWELL, MA) -State Senator Eileen M. Donoghue and the Whistler House Museum of Art will host a Senate art exhibit at the State House, titled Artists of Lowell. Artists from the City of Lowell will be given the opportunity to present their works, which will adorn the Senate chamber lobby from September 30 through November 18. 

The exhibition, curated by Sara Bogosian, President and Executive Director of the Whistler House Museum of Art, will showcase works that depict landscapes, portraits, and still lifes from Lowell, Boston, and New England. Featured artists include Tom Gill, Mary Rose O’Connell, Lisa Kovvuri, and Dave Drinon, who will each present their unique perspective of the First Middlesex District and beyond.

 

“I am very excited to host the Artists of Lowell exhibit with the historic Whistler House Museum of Art, and I look forward to meeting with the distinguished artists and presenting their works to my colleagues in the Senate,” said Eileen M. Donoghue (D-Lowell). “The City of Lowell is home to many artists who play a tremendously important cultural and economic role within our community. This exhibit is a great opportunity to celebrate their contributions.” 

 

“The Whistler House Museum of Art is delighted to have the opportunity to work along with Senator Eileen Donoghue, showcasing exceptional works of art by artist members of the Lowell Art Association, Inc. in this exclusive exhibition at the State House,” said Bogosian.

 

“The creative economy and artist community have been such an integral part of Lowell for years and I look forward to seeing their display in the Senate lobby. One of the Senate’s priorities has been to support arts and culture by showcasing local artists to the thousands of visitors that visit the State House every year,” said Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst).

 

The Artists of Lowell exhibition will be open to the public from September 30 to November 18. This is an exciting opportunity to get a glimpse at Lowell’s creative community during your next visit to the State House.

 

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