“Exploring the Third Dimension” opening July 7th, featuring sculptural works in a wide variety of media, including metal, wood, leather, ceramic, paper and more.

“An Emperor’s Kimono”, a work on paper by Caroline Garrett Hardy, and a metal sculpture by John Latell, made from the hood of a car, two of the many three dimensional works on display this month and next at Arts on Main.

This group show includes local and regional artists, many of whom will be at the opening, including George Cramer (the Village Blacksmith in Gloucester), John Latell, Matt St. Louis, Warren Dorer, Brian Rainey, Caroline Garrett Hardy and Bob Mandala. Photographs by Trotter Hardy will also be on display.

Live music will be provided by Something Different, the father/daughter duo of Ashley Wenner and Bob Sindle, of White Marsh, performing oldies from the 70’s and contemporary pop. Opening night is free and open to the public, from 6 – 8pm, and includes a cash bar and food.

The exhibition will run through August 28th, 2017

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