• April 18 – May 16

      John Buron: Bad Food, Guns and Fairy Tales Artist Reception on April 18th, 6-9 PM                John Buron will be coming to The Foster Gallery in April 2014… Stay tuned for more information! Check out some of the audio from John in Multimedia       John Buron is a Worcester …

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  • Steve Asay

    Steve Asay has been doing illustration for over 20 years and started a small animation company two years ago. Pen & ink is a favorite medium, and he likes creating drawings that crackle alive with energy. His love for detail is evident in his art, and this detail offer viewers something tantalizing the closer they …

  • Linda DiGusta

    Linda DiGusta is a New York City artist and writer. This spring her work is included in 2 group exhibitions in NY – “Black Madonna” at HP Garcia Gallery and the Hudson Guild’s ‘Appetizing Pictures: Unusual Still Lifes of Food and Kitchen Objects’ – James Furlong, curator, and in the last year her works have been …

  • Dennis Hart

    Dennis Hart’s current work investigates the suburban landscape, and how humankind has altered it, emphasizing what Americans do not typically pay attention to. He says, “I look at things around me to notice how the human element, even in 2009, has either worked with the natural landscape, or completely against it.” Using highways, and road …

  • William Fellows

    William Fellows has been painting for more than 20 years in and around Cape Cod. His work varies from still life, landscape, portraiture and more recently works that reveal his lifelong interest in blues music. Fellows has an interest in light on Cape Cod that pours out of every color choice he makes on his …

  • Matthew Foster

    Matthew Foster is best known for his paintings depicting the workplace, pulling from his previous jobs, he catalogs images from environments that he spent all his time in.  In some cases this is the Weathervane seafood restaurant, and in more recent work it is cubicles in the office spaces depicting life in front of a …

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