Events

Michael Sprague Solo Exhibition: Retrospective Journey

Michael Sprague grew up in Southern California and currently lives in Concord MA with his wife Elizabeth. His work is inspired by landscapes, vibrant colors and pop culture. While pursuing a career in nursing he nurtured his artistic skills in his free time. Mike joined the Art for All painting team In 2019 and in 2022 he left nursing to become a full time artist. He is currently the Artist in Residence at Art for All and was the lead artist on designing and executing the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail mural in West Concord.

Reception: Friday, February 2nd from 5 pm to 7 pm. Come meet the artist and enjoy the art work and refreshments. We are on the second floor of the Factory 152 Building.
152 Commonwealth Ave. Concord, MA.

On Display through February

ART for ALL: Signs of Life workshop

Art for All’s repurposed yard signs initiative takes mass-produced, single-use plastic campaign yard signs and transforms them into unique, hand-made works of art. Each iteration of Repurposed Yard Signs addresses a theme of interest in the larger community and engages a wide array of individuals and groups in producing and displaying the signs.

The focus of the first chapter, Signs of Well-being, was mental health. The second, Signs of Life: Cultivating Life in the Landscape, celebrates our connection with nature, and encourages landscaping practices that support the life of pollinators and other beneficial insects, animals and plants.

With Signs of Life, ART for ALL makes a commitment to our own ecological practices in producing art. We will use repurposed and donated materials when possible. We will remove acrylics from the water before disposing of it. We will use rags instead of paper towels when possible, and we will produce signs that are beautiful, resilient and not meant for the landfill.

ART for ALL: Signs of Life workshop

Art for All’s repurposed yard signs initiative takes mass-produced, single-use plastic campaign yard signs and transforms them into unique, hand-made works of art. Each iteration of Repurposed Yard Signs addresses a theme of interest in the larger community and engages a wide array of individuals and groups in producing and displaying the signs.

The focus of the first chapter, Signs of Well-being, was mental health. The second, Signs of Life: Cultivating Life in the Landscape, celebrates our connection with nature, and encourages landscaping practices that support the life of pollinators and other beneficial insects, animals and plants.

With Signs of Life, ART for ALL makes a commitment to our own ecological practices in producing art. We will use repurposed and donated materials when possible. We will remove acrylics from the water before disposing of it. We will use rags instead of paper towels when possible, and we will produce signs that are beautiful, resilient and not meant for the landfill.