Carl Lopes


Acrylics and holographic papers on wood panel. Coated with high gloss poly resin.

30″ H x 80″W x 3″D

Mark Person

On Charles River

Mark Person photography

Sean Cassidy


Acrylic on Canvas
12″ x 9″

Sean Cassidy Art

Michael Alfano


The bronze statue depicts a life size African-American/Cape Verdean male holding a two-foot diameter globe with his left hand on Africa and his fingers pointing towards the United States. The ten Cape Verdean Islands off of the west coast of Africa can be seen with a ship departing from the area and the same ship arriving at Cape Cod.

Robin Joyce Miller


Pamela Chatterton-Purdy

“I Have a Dream” (21″ x 30″) is the popular name given to the historic public speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at the conclusion of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 23, 1963.Delivered in front of the Lincoln Memorial to a crowd of 250,000 people, it is considered to be one of the greatest and most notable speeches in American history.

Chatterton-Purdy Art

Jane & Col. George Teixeira-Henry

Photo exhibit of the Red Tail Tuskegee Airman at the Museum

Elizabeth Mumford

Village Memories

Joe Diggs

An American Tragedy Tribute to  James Byrd jr.