Spring brings warm weather and outdoor art events.  On Sunday June 3, 2012 one of Boston’s longest running art fairs, The Beacon Hill Art Walk, will include two of AAGNE’s abstract artists.  Regina Valluzzi and John Maciejowski will both be there displaying original, handpainted art.  Come by for abstraction in the gardens of Beacon Hill, stay for the music, the variety of local art, and the lovely setting.  Our tentative location is Spot 6E, at the top of Primus Street.   Check out the Beacon Hill Art Walk website (BHAW website) for updates and details.

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  1. Reblogged this on NerdlyPainter and commented:

    Enjoy abstract Science inspired art while touring the private gardens of Beacon Hill. On Sunday, June 3, 2012 one of Boston’s largest, longest running and most engaging art fairs will happen all over Beacon Hill. The Nerdly painter will be there with new pieces. Expect some science inspired art, and also some pure Abstracts (like Red Counterpoint, pictured). The light is perfect to showcase some recent experiments with mixed media that incoroporates lenses and other surplus scientific optics. it’s always a good time! My location is tentatively at the top of Primus street, and possibly shared with a fellow abstract artist John Maciejowski. John trained at Boston’s very own Museum School of the Museum of Fine Arts and has enjoyed a long and successful creative career. His painterly abstracts and sense of historical context provide a wonderful contrast to my more geometric and often nerdly approach.

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