"Elements III, On and Off the Wall," a showcase of sculptured creations by Arts League of Lowell members, is on view through Sept. 28 at the ALL Gallery, 307 Market St., Lowell.
Showing their original and varied three-dimensional works are Jeffrey Briggs, Lindley Briggs, Peter Gill, Eva Glazebrook, Mary W. Hart, Dian Hosmer, Maria Luongo, George Renfroe, Gwen Stith, William Turville and Eleni Zohdi.
An opening reception takes place on Saturday, Aug. 23, at 4 p.m. The gallery is open Wednesday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m., and Sundays, noon-4 p.m.
In other ALL news, works by member Gillian Frazier are on view through Sept. 27 at the Greater Lowell Community Foundation, 100 Merrimack St., Lowell.
Also this weekend, the opening reception for "How Does Your Garden Grow," an exhibit of colorful art quilts, takes place Saturday, Aug. 23, at 1 p.m., at the Whistler House Museum of Art, 243 Worthen St., Lowell.
- STREET PHOTOS AND STORIES: Artists and writers are invited to submit pictures and stories about the people of Lowell for an exhibit at the Zeitgeist Gallery, 167 Market St., Lowell, Sept. 30-Oct. 26. Photos must be of Lowell residents, identified by name. The goal is to show the variety of people who populate Lowell, varying in ages, incomes and backgrounds, while also presenting a showcase of visually dynamic images that are balanced and firstname.lastname@example.org (put "photo show" in subject line).
- ART AT THE BALLPARK: The Art of Wine Paint 'N Sip teams up with the Lowell Spinners for a fun night of painting and sipping at LaLacheur Park, home of the Spinners, 450 Aiken St., Lowell, on Saturday, Sept. 13, 5-7:30 p.m. The $65 ticket includes painting instruction and materials, a souvenir wine glass, two tickets to a 2015 Spinners game and a $5 discount coupon for Tutto Bene Wine Shop. Registrations now available online at tuttobenecellars.com/theartofwine or call 978-459-9463.
- LOWELL NORTH: Sculptor Patrick Pierce has realized a long-time dream and relocated his Lowell studio and gallery to a farm, located on four-acres in Saco, Maine. The location provides him ample work space to create his large abstract pieces, plus a ready-made venue to showcase his work in the stunning barn on the property. In addition, much of his work is on view in the fields and meadows surrounding the farm. He and his wife Kathleen, a former Sun reporter/assistant lifestyle editor, welcomed a contingent of Lowell artists to a barn-warming open house on Saturday. They included Jean and Will Winslow, Janet Lambert-Moore, Cathleen Stewart, MaryAnn and Walter Kearns.
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