FAC When Swimmers Dream

“When Swimmers Dream,” a mixed media piece by Susan Baur, is part of an exhibit of Ms. Baur’s work on display at the Falmouth Art Center in March.

Fiber arts, plein air painters and mixed media collage are all on display this month at the Falmouth Art Center. For those who cannot get there in person or those who would like to meet the artists behind the work, the art center’s monthly virtual reception is coming up on Monday, March 8, at 4 PM on Zoom.

Receptions typically last one hour. First on the agenda for Monday is a presentation by Susan Baur of North Falmouth, who has a one-person show of the mixed media pieces in her new book, “How Swimmers Dream,” in the center’s Sigel Gallery.

The second presentation will be by Catherine van der Bil of East Falmouth and Peter Daley of Falmouth, who help to organize the art center’s Monday Morning Painters group. The group organizes weekly painting sessions in scenic areas around Falmouth, “en plein air,” meaning painting outside, from spring through fall.

For the third presentation, Beth Dill of Teaticket and Southborough, a weaving teacher at Falmouth Art Center, will show her fiber work that is on display in the current show, "Textures." She will also show off her studio, including several looms.

Registration for the Virtual Art Reception is at the Falmouth Art Center’s website at FalmouthArt.org or by calling 508-540-3304. The cost is $10 for Falmouth Art Center members and $12 for nonmembers. The Zoom link will be sent out on the day of the reception to all who have registered.

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santiago

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santiago

How about the boy at 14 was the only person to have a 1 man show plus a floor to himself all alone at Worcester Art Museum Boston

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