Cotuit Center for the Arts Presents Works by Brett Eberhardt

Cotuit Center for the ArtsCOTUIT – The Cotuit Center for the Arts presents works by Brett Eberhardt and the annual Faculty Exhibition from Saturday, October 15 through November 19.

The opening reception and artist talk will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on October 15.

Internationally recognized painter Eberhardt paints everyday items, transforming mundane items like used paint jars, bottles, worn out lamps, the paint-splattered tables they sit on and the imprecisely painted baseboards of his studio into works of art.

Now based in Providence, Eberhardt was born in Idaho and earned his BFA at Northern Michigan University and his MFA at Syracuse University.

He has exhibited internationally and has won numerous awards, including the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant, a Merit Award Fellowship from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and the Manifest Prize from Manifest Creative Research and Drawing Center in Cincinnati.

He has taught at Western Illinois University and Maine College of Art.

The Faculty Exhibit will celebrate the work of the Cotuit Center for the Arts’ core faculty by presenting examples of their work, not only in the fine arts, but also in dance, writing and musical instruction.

The art gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and admission to the exhibits, opening reception and artist talks are free.

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