This bold painting by Fernand Léger is the centerpiece of our newest exhibition “Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis." Almost ten feet wide and eight feet tall, this monumental work captures the kinetic energy and sensory assault of modern city life.
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Tomorrow evening! “Slowing Down” Featuring the Photography of Sandy Carson, Autumn Spadaro, Larry Mills and Brian Maryansky. Mingo Gallery 284 Cabot St. Beverly, MA. 5-8pm. Snacks and Beverages will be served!!
Good & Plenty ghost face just moved in so he’s trying to decide what colors to paint the living room. It’s early spring and the rolling clouds overhead threaten with rain, but occasionally bits of blue peek through. He goes out on the lawn and then takes a walk around back, admiring the craftsmanship of his his new place, a bit ramshackle now after so many years of use, but clearly well-loved. What is that weird orange shit seeping out from under the fence? Confused, he reaches a long black arm behind him to scratch the side of his head.