Tom Alway & Peter Blais from the Maritime Painted Saltbox Join Other Artists for the Art on the Riverbank Group Show

The Maritime Painted Saltbox Fine Art Gallery joins other artists for the

Art on the River Bank Group Show DECEMBER 7, 2022-JANUARY 7, 2023 at the RIVERBANK CAFE IN MILL VILLAGE OFF ROUTE 103 AT #8 PORT MEDWAY ROAD

Art On the Rivierbank Group Show
Art on the Riverbank Group Show

“Art on the Riverbank” will be available for a preview during the Riverbank General Store’s weekly Coffee Social, 10 -11:30 am on Wednesday, December 7.

 An opening reception will be held Thursday December 8, 3:00 – 5:00PM. 

The show can also be visited daily during regular Riverbank hours until January 7.  Monday – Friday 8 am – 6 pm, and 11 – 6 on Saturday and Sunday.

This year’s Yuletide is bringing an art show to the Riverbank General Store in Mill Village. “Art on the Riverbank” features paintings, photographs and reproduction prints by eight South Shore artists and offers an opportunity to give the gift of local art this Christmas. Original works plus framed and unframed prints are available for purchase. 

Riverbank’s gift shop has become a very popular stop during the Christmas season and it’s exciting to add art options for this year’s shoppers. Paintings and prints of original works make lovely gifts, at accessible prices,. And the cafe space at the Riverbank, with the Medway River flowing by, is such a beautiful space to visit and enjoy.”

Featured in the show are Artists Tom Alway and Peter Blais, from Maritime Painted Saltbox, Marshall Burgess, Dennis Curran, Marilyn Kellough, Marion Power and Roger Savage.

The show also features original paintings by Tony Brown, an autistic, non-verbal resident of an Adult Residential Care (ARC) facility in Lunenburg County who expresses himself through his art.

A portion of each sale will support the work of the Queens Association for Supported Living which has been providing choices and opportunities for people with disabilities for more than fifty years.