Current Art Exhibits


James E. Mahoney Foyer 

Scenes from Boston, The Cape and Islands
Photography by Steven Keep   

Eleven landscapes taken on Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard and the Cape – some with “ intentional camera movement” effect.   Five Boston images ranging from the fall on the Charles River to the Back Bay Public Garden in spring bloom. Images are printed on three different media including traditional photo paper, canvas and metal/aluminum.  

Wakelin Room

     Arts Wayland’s Fall Juried Exhibit
“Winds of Change”

Change is the act of creating or becoming something different. We can see change all around us: the seasons; birth, life and death; changes in our family and friends; in our community; in plants and animals; the weather; politics- everywhere. Change can be challenging, and it can also be an opportunity for growth and transformation. For our October juried exhibit, “Winds of Change,” we invited all artists to submit works that speak to the theme of change and transformation. The exhibit consists of 43 pieces created by 27 regional artists and represent a range of media including oil and acrylic paintings, photography, mixed media works, and a sculptural piece. All are invited to the reception which will take place on Saturday, October 15 from 3-5 PM in the Wakelin Room.  Prizes will be awarded and several artists will speak about their work.   

Commons Display Cases

50 Years of Wellesley ABC

Jackie’s Room Display Cases

Crafts by Alex Ho 

Alex designs and makes loomigurumi and crochet creations. Loomigurumi are figures created out of Rainbow Loom rubber bands. Alex also crochets different figures out of many types of yarn.  His figures include various types of animals, foods, bracelets, and more! During the pandemic he sold his creations and donated his proceeds to the Wellesley Food Pantry. His creations are for sale, and he also takes custom orders.

Alex Ho, a Wellesley resident, is 13 years old and in seventh grade at The Rivers School. He makes loomigurumi creations out of Rainbow Loom rubber bands. He started his crafting in 2019 and has been making creations ever since. Alex also enjoys musical theater and playing the piano and cello. To see more of his designs check out his Instagram @alexsartsandcrafts.