Three New Shows Opening at Worcester’s Sprinkler Factory

by | May 31, 2019 | Entertainment, Arts

WORCESTER – The beginning of June means the beginning of summer, and at the Sprinkler Factory, it means a new month of art exhibitions.

With three expansive galleries under the same roof, guests of the Sprinkler Factory have the opportunity to view significant bodies of work, by varying artists, in the same space. Variations in lighting, configuration of wall space, and each show hosting its own reception, the experience is creative and relaxed. Like strolling through an indoor art walk.



The Sprinkler Factory in Worcester


This Saturday, June 1, the Sprinkler Factory opens it’s doors to three new shows.

In Gallery 1 is Natura: Wood, Fiber, Rope — featuring an interdisciplinary collection of work by three artists, Bayda Ashbridge, Chris King, and Lynn Simmons.

In Gallery 2 is Visions of Nature — observations of the natural world. Curated by Piya Samant, this group show features work by Bri Custer, Susan Rosenstone Larrow, Doreen Lascola, Chris McGovern, Ella Delyanis, Andrew Niemi, Jonathan Niemi, Scott Niemi, Piya Samant, Tess Rock, and Kate Graham Heyd.

In Gallery 3 is Bringing it to Reality — an exhibition of still life paintings by Clifton Hunt.

Opening receptions for all three shows are Saturday, June t, from 5 PM -8 PM. Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays in June from 1 PM -4 PM. Closing receptions for each show are Sunday, June 30, from 1 PM to 4 PM.

The Sprinkler Factory is located at 38 Harlow Street, Worcester. For more information visit their website at

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Darcy Schwartz, "Miss Darcy" as she is known to her students, is the founder of ArtReach, a woman owned, artist-owned, working art studio founded on the premise that developmentally appropriate, creative activities can serve as launching points for artistic exploration and expression at any age.A printmaker, an illustrator, and a writer, Darcy holds a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York, where she completed a certificate program in art therapy. Darcy is a member of the NAEA (National Art Educators Association), and SCBI (The Society of Children's Book Illustrators), as well as many other community and philanthropic organizations.For more information on Darcy, her studio, her work, her writing, please see the bio on her website,