A Rundown of This Weekend’s Open Studios in Lynn

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Saturday and Sunday at Lydia Pinkham

Discover unique, hand-crafted gifts and support local artists & makers at the 2018 Lydia Pinkham Open Studios!

The Lydia Pinkham Building | 271 Western Avenue, Lynn, MA
Saturday, November 17 from 10am-5pm
Sunday, November 18 from 10am-5pm

Join the artists at the Lydia Pinkham Building as they open their doors and welcome you to their Thirteenth Annual Open Studios! This unique, free event showcases the best the area has to offer, giving residents and visitors the opportunity to engage with individual artists and purchase their latest creations. Visitors of all ages are welcome and there is always something of interest for everyone.

Featuring the work of more than 40 local artists and makers, including painters, potters, leather workers, sculptors, jewelers and glass blowers, Lydia Pinkham Open Studios is an ideal shopping experience for family, friends, and loved ones who enjoy unique gifts while directly supporting your local community. In addition, Open Studios will highlight creative businesses such as custom bikes, workshops and classes that contribute to making the North Shore a cultural destination.

This event is free, and open to the public. For information on directions, parking, and participating artists, please visit www.LydiaPinkhamOpenStudios.com

Saturday in LynnArts

Join the artists of the LynnArts building in downtown Lynn, Massachusetts as they open their doors for a free family friendly event. This open studio event is a great opportunity to meet and experience artists in their work space and in the thriving arts center of downtown Lynn Massachusetts. Visitors will have a chance to view and purchase unique artwork which is a great way to support local art.

Painting | Ceramics | Sculpture | Textiles | Mixed Media | Music | Theater | Dance 

Tour maps will be available at LynnArts

Please visit our website for more information

During Open Studios at LynnArts! OASIS, upstairs, will be continuing the Community Mandala project that was started at this summer’s Rock the Block.

Drawing mandalas is a form of art therapy that can reduce anxiety, tension and overall stress. Drawing stimulates creativity and is a way to release emotional blockages.

This project is free and open to the public. Donations of materials are always welcomed.

Saturday at GAS – Great Art Studio, 33 Central Square

This November, the North Shore’s newest gallery, the Great Art Studio, presents an exhibition by Boston-based artists Kseniya Galper and Laura Fish. It’s All in Your Head will be a body of new artworks rooted in traditional portraiture, juxtaposed with a contemporary twist.

The works creatively explore different visual avenues of portraiture to go beyond a subject’s expression, appearance, and mood. Some of the works hover on the far fringes of the surreal, some of the works feel closer to home—but all invite the viewer to step inside the frame for a moment to the other side of the looking glass. But don’t overthink it… It’s all in your head.

Kseniya Galper and Laura Fish at last week’s opening reception

Saturday re:Purposes Open Studio at the Prime Building

re:Purposes is a creative reuse art studio and supplies center, open from 11am to 4pm


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