Current Library Exhibits
The Wellesley Society of Artists (WSA) is a community of artists founded in 1933 for the purpose of encouraging and supporting local artists and for promoting fine arts in Wellesley, MA. Members come from all over the Boston Metro area and beyond. WSA objectives are to give members an opportunity to exhibit their work, provide a supportive environment that will stimulate personal creativity and encourage the sharing of ideas, knowledge and skills. The active season is from September through May.
All are welcome to a reception with light refreshments at 6:30 pm. Awards will be presented for the library jury exhibit at 7:00 pm. Following the Awards presentation, a demonstration will be given by local artist, Frederick Kubitz. ‘Fritz” as he goes by, is known for his colorful oils and watercolors of the Boston Harbor and Landscape.
He is a longstanding member of the Boston Guild and a past president of the Wellesley Society of Artists.
Free and open to the public.
Jointly sponsored by the WSA and the Wellesley Free Library.
tSOfi’s Approach to Photography and Art uncovers the unusual in the usual, creating exciting and unforgettable images from the mundane, experimenting with perspectives and angles. She is especially fascinated capturing reflections & shadows, and typically overlooked details. Her images provide these visions with unexpected lives of their own and assign to them new meanings. Thus, the real becomes surreal. Hence, she titles her body of work with many collections, Discover the Extraordinary in the Ordinary.