Small Works curated by Claudia Nimar April 7th - May 31st Every person deserves the color, texture and vibrancy a work of fine art can bring to a space. Small Works Art is a company, inspired by Claudia Nimar of Falmouth, dedicated to making petite, quality paintings accessible to the public. Small Works Art collects works from new and mid-career fine artists in the United States and makes it easy for you to fit the beauty of "small works" or miniature fine arts into your home or office. Even if your space is small it deserves a great [...]
Hats by Elsie: A Milliner’s Treasure APRIL 7th - MAY 31st Highfield is excited to host this artful display featuring millinery tools, materials, and accessories from a New Bedford milliner’s business archive. Shown throughout the interior of the house, this exhibition will be a first-time look into the work and business of Elsie Rebello, a creative entrepreneur, mother, and teacher who at the age of 92, has never stopped making hats. A perfect welcome to spring, the exhibition is curated by Rita Pacheco, who has been the designer of Highfield Hall & Gardens’ Holidays at Highfield for three years. [...]
Edges: Regional Exhibition of the Studio Art Quilt Associates APRIL 7th - JUNE 5th We encounter many edges in our lives – the edge between water and land, land and sky, day and night, fall and winter, hope and discouragement. We can equally live on the edge, negotiating a path between difficult options or exploring life to its limits. Artists were invited to explore and present their own interpretation of the theme, “Edges”. REGION: Massachusetts & Rhode Island JUROR: Anastasia Azure Anastasia Azure hand-weaves dimensional art, exploring the grace of geometry. She shares her connection with our harmonious [...]
Coming June 2019, a one-of-a-kind Patrick Dougherty stick sculpture will be displayed on the Highfield front lawn!
Highfield Hall & Gardens was selected from worldwide venues for a monumental stick sculpture by internationally-renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty. This living sculpture will be on Highfield’s front lawn for two years for visitors and the community to enjoy.
There will be numerous programs and special events to celebrate and embrace the creativity of this beautiful, interactive art.