Two new shows at the Oswego Civic Arts Center opened on Saturday, October 28.
Cindy Lewis won the Solo Show award at the 2016 Art Association Members’ Exhibition. She paints semi-abstract landscapes in a variety of media, and tries to capture the local beauty, color and mood, especially in unusual light conditions.
Patrick Glover, who passed away in July of this year at age 52, is well-known for his rainy windshield paintings, several of which will be on display in the lower gallery.
This event is free and open to the public during regular gallery hours or by appointment.
Thank you for taking time to visit our website to learn more about what’s going on at the AAO. Our exhibitions & classes are posted on our events calendar. Please come join us in the fun!
The Arts Center is located at the northernmost end of East 4th Street in Oswego. Our galleries are open from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm on Saturdays, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm on Sundays, or by appointment.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 216-6782 for any questions or comments about classes, exhibitions, or volunteering.
The AAO offers year-round enriching art and entertainment with something for everyone. The organization is a vital, active, multidimensional center for the arts, art making, and creativity – thanks to our many volunteers. Join us for the variety of events and classes we have to offer. New members, volunteers, and visitors are always welcome.
You will find us in the former Fort Ontario Quartermaster’s Building now known as the Oswego Civic Arts Center, Oswego. We share this building with the Oswego Players and their 60-seat auditorium.
Contact us for further information about any of our classes, exhibitions and activities.
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