Brush Art Gallery

Brush Art Gallery & Studios is home to local artists.

The Brush Art Gallery is a non-profit organization that was founded by the Lowell Historic Preservation Commission in 1982. The Gallery is located in restored mill building in Lowell, Massachusetts, and it was originally modeled after the Torpedo Factory Art Complex located in Alexandria, Virginia.

Brush Art Gallery is also home to artist studios. The public is invited to the open studios, which are open daily. People are encouraged to visit with the artists and watch them as they create their masterpieces. Whether you are interested in adding a piece of art to your collection or are interested in watching artists at work, you can do it all at Brush Art Gallery in Lowell.

Brush Art Gallery also offers art classes for children and adults. There are a variety of classes from which to choose that cover many different types of art – from working with wire, painting with oil and water color, creating pottery, weaving, designing glass, and so many more options. If you’ve ever been interested in learning about a particular field of art, there may be a class for you to take at Brush.

Brush Art Gallery & Studios Mission

To nurture the working artist; to keep the visual arts alive and healthy in the heart of Lowell’s historic district; to demonstrate through exhibitions and cultural programming the diverse and rich heritage that exists in Lowell; and to make Lowell a destination for viewing some of the finest art being produced in New England and beyond.

Brush Art Gallery & Studios Address

Brush Art Gallery
256 Market St.
Lowell, MA 01852

Phone: (978) 459-7819

Website: http://www.thebrush.org