Hope art gallery turns to spring


The New Hope Art Gallery Spring Show opening was held on March 27 at their gallery located within the Michael Traficante Enrichment Center at 1070 Cranston St. They had more than 200 guests visit on opening night, while approximately 400 pieces of art were on display and for sale.

“We had 4 sales from our gallery walls and 15 sales from our vendor tables,” said Ricky Gagnon, Curator of the gallery.

The spring show runs until early July.

There was art in every style and media hanging in the large two-floor gallery. They also featured artist vendor tables with small original items, free portrait drawings by Jack Lai, food, and music by Jim Chapin, Mark Greenwood, Bob Ruzzo and friends.

“The show featured 400 pieces of art in every style and media from 100 local, national, senior, special needs and student artists,” said Gagnon.

For more information on The New Hope Gallery or to find out how to exhibit, call Ricky Gagnon at 280-6282.


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