Posts Tagged “Lowell Public Art Collection”

‘Pawtucket Prism’ Renewal Is a Classic Lowell Partnership Success

Ribbon-cutting at the restored “Pawtucket Prism” (web photo courtesy of Marie Sweeney). From left, Jay Linnehan, Steve Joncas, Paul Marion, Celeste Bernardo, Mayor Edward Kennedy, Jim Campbell, Nancy Donahue, Belinda Juran, Evan Schapiro, and artist Michio Ihara. About 75 people yesterday attended the re-dedication of the “Pawtucket Prism” sculpture by…

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‘The Big Wheel’

Lowell artist Jeannine Tardiff Condon made this painting of an iconic object in downtown Lowell that is now gone. This image is from a notecard that Jeannine made for sale in her studio at the Brush Gallery and Studios at Market Mills. Excellent in drawing and painting, Jeannine was one…

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‘The Worker’ by Brian Herrmann

“The Worker” by Brian Herrmann At the forefront of Lowell’s historical gateway downtown resides a sculpture titled “The Worker.” This work, constructed in 1985 by Elliot and Ivan Schwartz, depicts an Irish canal worker widening the canal ways of Lowell.  This work, along with several others, was placed into the…

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