Three Very Different Exhibits Coming To The Cotuit Center For The Arts

COTUIT – The Cotuit Center for the Arts is presenting three exhibits from March 24th through April 21st, including paintings byDonald Beal, encaustics by Stephanie Roberts Camello, and “African Art through Different Eyes”.

Donald Beal grew up in Westford and moved to Provincetown in 1985. He is a Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Massachusetts in North Dartmouth where he has taught since 1999. He is one of two recipients of the 2013 Lillian Orlowsky William Freed Fellowship Grant from the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.

Stephanie Roberts-Camello’s embraces both painting and sculpture in her new exhibit “Surface Tension”. For a number of years, she has been developing this physical relief series where layers of encaustic wax are built up and fused to each other. She and her husband run an apiary where she harvests some of the beeswax that goes into her paintings.

Two-dimensional African art – paintings, prints, photographs – is featured in the third exhibit. The pieces come from the collection of Joanna and John McWilliam of Falmouth. Colonial, Western and African artists tell their own stories through the art they create.

There will be a talk with the artists at 5:00 on the 24th followed by a reception at 7:00.

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