The Zullo Gallery will host its traditional "First Thursday" evening tonight, Jan. 3, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the gallery at 456 Main Street, Medfield (next to the public library).
The event will be catered by Susan Goddard Catering which will provide a little light fare as well as a beer and wine bar.
"This is the last chance to see the current (wonderful) exhibit featuring artists from the Southern New England Artist Community," said gallery Director Bill Pope, noting the exhibit ends on Jan. 6.
Attached are a few images from the exhibit.
For more images, information, or directions, visit www.zullogallery.org
The Zullo Gallery is a nonprofit, volunteer-run organization originally created by the Medfield Council on the Arts to support and promote the arts through the exhibition of a wide range of fine artwork. It is a place for art exhibition, art education and live music performances. When the renovation is complete, it will also include a cafe. The gallery began in 1988 as a volunteer project of the Medfield Council on the Arts as a way to bring a wide variety of professional art into town for exhibition.