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MES student show art installation of ornamental table setting with student pottery
Decorative layout of MCA Gallery space
Gallery installation

The MCA had a wonderful Summer season of Gallery Shows. We featured local and long-distance artists and collections, and had wonderful community attendance to our space. Visit the MCA blog for pictures and descriptions of this years exhibits. If you are an artist interested in showing your work, please email us with a sample of your portfolio at


ACCESSIBILITY: The MCA recognizes the accessibility limitations of our old building. Restorations efforts that address accessibility are on our radar for future renovations. For the time being, if you have accessibility needs please contact with a description of your access request at least 24 hours prior to your visit so that we may arrange accommodations to assist your attendance. We want all community members to have the privaledge to enjoy access to the arts, and will do our best to support your needs. 

BLOOM : The Nature of Art

A comprehensive show of ART and OTHER WORKS









JUNE15 - JULY 15


OPENING RECEPTION on June 15th at 1PM at the 

Montgomery Center for the Arts

Food catered by Joey Buttendorf, light n/a refreshments served


Art by its very nature is a  way for the ARTIST to convey a reaction the environment which surrounds them and the nature  has inspired ARTISTS for as long as humans have been creating ART! 

BLOOM : The Nature of Art


This s a gallery show curated to share a wide range of work using a variety of different media including Film, Painting, Written Word, Pottery, and more.
Gallery Hours Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4PM

Digital painting of flowers

Turn, Burn, Carve, Cut, Craft : 
Local Woodworkers of the North East

Inviting all local wood-craftspeople to participate in this group show featuring the unique and age old skill of woodworking. 

Bowls, jewelry, furniture, sculpture...

Ornamental and functional...

July 27th - August 24th 

Gallery open weekends 12-4PM

If you are interested in showing your work at this collective exhibit click the button below to fill out an request for consideration. 

"The Village Carpenter" by Edward Henry Pottast

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