Pieces from the pandemic on display Dec. 2 in Barrington

Mead Art Gallery at St. John's Church to host exhibit

Posted 12/1/22

On Friday, Dec. 2, the Mead Art Gallery at St. John's Church, 191 County Road in Barrington, is sponsoring an evening of "Covid Creations” — framed art as well as crafts that were created …

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Pieces from the pandemic on display Dec. 2 in Barrington

Mead Art Gallery at St. John's Church to host exhibit

Posted

On Friday, Dec. 2, the Mead Art Gallery at St. John's Church, 191 County Road in Barrington, is sponsoring an evening of "Covid Creations” — framed art as well as crafts that were created during the pandemic.

The pieces will be displayed and/or sold; items for sale will be cash and carry. The framed art exhibit in the gallery will continue until Jan. 15. There will be an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. This is the only time crafts will be displayed or sold.

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