The City of Lowell has been committed to the arts and building a thriving arts community since the 1970s. Home to various museums, arts co-operatives, and galleries, Lowell is the perfect home for artists to share their talent, skills, and celebrate the wonderful conversations that result due to creative art pieces.
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|Title:||Lowell Brush Art Gallery|
|Description:||Left To Right: Judy Geller, Nashua, N.H. - Silvesmith, Susan Johnson, N. Andover - Collage Painter, Joan Orphanos, Lynnfield - Painter, Mary Ann Matthews, Tewksbury - Painter, Kate Greenberg, Andover - Director, Audrey Trull, Tewksbury - Weaver, Jeannine Tardiff, Lowell, - Painter, Karen Gagne, Tewksbury - Fiber Artist, Vassilios Giavis , Lowell, - Painter, Lauren Bedau, North Billerica, - Fabric Painter|