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'No Limits' art exhibition to be shown in Framingham

Posted by John Swinconeck  June 12, 2013 02:19 PM

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Unju Sim, "Red, Yellow and Black #4," acrylic on canvas.

Fountain Street Fine Art in Framingham will host its third annual Summer Juried Show, entitled no limit, from June 27 through Aug. 3. A reception will be held June 29th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

According to a press release, the gallery aims to showcase contemporary art that is original, well-crafted, and exciting. The theme, ‘no limit’, was deliberately wide-open to interpretation by artists.

Juror Kathryn Markel selected 45 pieces by 36 artists from more than 300 works submitted by artists across the country.

“(The) artists that have a unique, consistent style that expresses a distinct way of looking at the world, and a kind of clarity of intention," Markel stated, "artists that are making art that I haven't seen before, and that are introducing me to new ways of looking at the world."

Fountain Street Fine Art exhibits contemporary work by emerging and mid-career artists that is skillfully executed, exciting and new. Solo shows by member artists alternate with collaborative projects, installations and group shows. The gallery also hosts gallery talks and workshops of interest to artists and collectors.

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