First “Artist in Residence” at Lowell National Park

Vassilios (Bill) Giavis

Reception to honor the first Artist In Residence at the Lowell National Historical Park, Vassilios (Bill) Giavis. An exhibit of Mr. Giavis work is on display at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum.

Celeste Bernardo, Superintendent at Lowell National Historical Park, with the first Artist In Residence Vassilios (Bill) Giavis. Bill presented the Park with his painting of Paul Tsongas and the Lowell Golden Gloves.

Photos and text by Tony Sampas