WORCESTER – Driven by ideas, making a connection, and broadcasting their artistic signals out to the world, 250 artists will have work on display at the Sprinkler Factory, beginning Saturday, July 13.
Opening in all three galleries, Signals has brought together an impressive list of regional artists whose technique and mediums range from painting to printmaking, photography, sculpture, and mixed media.
Each artist was asked to submit one piece, offering guests the opportunity to view an eclectic, diverse, expansive body of work at one time. Many of the artists involved with the exhibit are familiar with the context of the space, which is helpful in curating a show of this size. Much of the work on display in Signals is for sale, with artists keeping 100% of the commission.
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