Join Boston School painter John Folley for a very special exhibit of paintings in the Bolton Public Libary gallery from July 10-August 9. Meet the artist at a reception on Tuesday, 7/10 from 6:30-9:30 p.m., and join him for a talk about his technique (direct painting) on Thursday, August 2 starting at 7:30 p.m. All events are free of charge and open to the public.
To learn more about John Folley and his work, or to register for the reception and/or talk, go to http://www.johnfolley.com/jhf-art-blog/upcoming-solo-exhibit-light-and-form
John Folley is a New England-based independent artist and illustrator. He received his B.A. in Studio Art and Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and was subsequently employed as the Art Department Chair and Art Instructor at the Heights School outside of Washington, D.C. He recently concluded instruction in the Boston School of Painting with the master artist Paul Ingbretson. John's studio is on the historic town green in Lancaster, Massachusetts, where he also resides with his wife, Deirdre, and three young children.
The artist says, "I'm excited to announce that I'll be hosting my first public solo exhibit at the Bolton Public Library in Bolton, MA. I appreciate that the people of Bolton care about supporting local artists and bringing quality art to the area in a lovely, accessible space. I'm excited to be part of their 'In the Gallery' program."