You will view a gallery of pencil sketches, acrylics, photography, weavings, quilts, pen & ink drawings and more all in the simple and exquisite color of only white and black. Since its opening in 2007, the Great Ponds Gallery has displayed many different exhibits whether a solo exhibit or a community effort of many different media to celebrate local and regional artists.
So in this year of COVID-19, why not venture out with your mask to view a room full of black and white creativity? There will be artists you may have seen exhibited here in the past and there will be some new artists. You are encouraged to let us and the artists know on the Gallery's Facebook page your thoughts of this exhibit.
We hope you will enjoy the unity of the monochromatic palette of this show as you appreciate the idea of artists who continue to create in our current world of “the new normal”.
Visitors are required to wear a mask while inside the building and are reminded to socially distance with any other people viewing the exhibit when they visit.
The Great Ponds Gallery is located in the community meeting room of the Lakeville Public Library. The library is more than just books; it is a community meeting and cultural center.
The Gallery Arts Committee is pleased to provide a venue for the exhibition of the original works of local and regional artists.
The Great Ponds Gallery welcomes artists of all levels of experience, working with all media. The gallery is able to display various sizes of framed or matted art and textiles, as well as small 3-dimensional artworks in acrylic wall-mounted cases.
If you are interested in exhibiting in the Great Ponds Gallery, please submit an application: