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EXHIBIT  -  April 16th, 2016 to June 4th, 2016


SATURDAY, April 16th, 2016,   1:00 - 3:00pm


The Hammond Museum will open for the season on Saturday April 16th presenting three exhibits. There will be music by Chicks Candy Store and refreshments provided by Nisa Lee Events. Admission is free on opening day.


 The Oriental Brush Artists Guild will have their annual spring exhibit “Brush with Nature” of Chinese brush paintings in the Guild Hall. The exhibit is juried by noted artist Frank Liao, who will also have pieces in the show.

 The paintings exhibited will feature different styles of Chinese brush paintings.

The Oriental Brush Artists Guild meets the third Tuesday of each month spring and fall, at 11:00 am. at the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden.  After each meeting there is a free brush painting demonstration by an experienced Oriental brush artist using ink and watercolor. 


Joseph Cavalieri will feature his glass art work in the Hays Gallery.  His stained glass pieces are made using a technique that was originally created by Medieval stained glass artists, and uses enamel paints which are made of ground glass, metals and pigment. These paints are applied to the glass surface then kiln fired at a temperature of 1300 degrees fahrenheit (700 degrees celsius). Once cooled the glass is soldered together with lead. Joseph’s work is set into wall hung stainless steel light boxes with internal LED lighting. (


Keiko Ashida will exhibit her ceramics in the Goelet Gallery. Her pieces range from decorative tiles to sculptural functional pieces.



Joseph Cavalieri - Glass Art

Oriental Brush Artists Guild

Keiko Ashida- Ceramics

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