Three Watertown Artists Featured in Three Local Exhibitions

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"Boston City Lights" by Robin Orifice, left, and Donna Gaspar's "Little Fairy Cottage," can be seen in local exhibitions.

Watertown Art Association

“Boston City Lights” by Robin Orifice, left, and Donna Gaspar’s “Little Fairy Cottage,” can be seen in local exhibitions.

Three members of the Watertown Art Association will have their work shown in exhibitions around the area. 

The Watertown Art Association provided the following announcement:

Three wonderful artists, three unforgettable exhibitions!

Robin Orifice at Brigham House, 341 Mt. Auburn St. Watertown through Dec. 31

Don’t miss the beautiful solo show of Robin Orifice’s artwork on display at the Brigham House Gallery with an exciting Artist’s Reception on Thursday, Nov. 15 from 6-8 p.m. Her stunning acrylics and oils radiate a sense of wonder in still life and landscape.

Donna Gaspar, No Place Like Home Exhibit at Mosesian Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal St. Watertown through Jan. 11, 2019

The Mosesian Center for the Arts is highlighting 35 years of Watertown Children’s Theatre with the group exhibit “No Place Like Home.” This juried exhibition features the dreamy, whimsical work of artist Donna Gaspar and her little Fairy Cottage. There will be an exciting reception on Thursday, Nov. 15 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Dominic Killiany solo exhibit at the Open Door Gallery, 89 South St. #101, Boston through Nov. 30

The November 9 edition of the Watertown TAB and Press had one of the most colorful front pages in history — it featured the vibrant artwork of 20 year old artist, Dominic Killiany. The story highlighted the artist’s colorful and creative work, and his triumph over autism. He has a solo exhibition at the Open Door Gallery at the VSA Boston. His work will be on display through November 30.

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