Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery exhibits art in all media by leading contemporary artists. The gallery shows an eclectic collection of figurative and abstract work that focuses on originality and innovation.

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  1. May 23, 2015 thru October 13, 2015

    GALLERY OPENS FOR SUMMER SEASON 2015

    Opening Reception: from

    Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery opens on Memorial Day weekend. A busy season of new exhibits, workshops and conversations is in store for the upcoming months. We look forward to welcoming new faces and old at the gallery. This summer we are delighted and lucky to have Lisa Heard joining our team. Lisa is no stranger to the art world nor to Sandwich. She is a fine art appraiser by trade and has been a frequent visitor to the gallery over the years. Forrest Elliot has moved on to a new career in Providence. We will miss Forrest but know that he is doing wonderfully in his new home. Looking forward to an active and creative summer! Patricia, Elaine, CC, Lisa and of course, Paco.

  2. July 03, 2015 thru July 25, 2015

    3 EXHIBITS IN ONE BARN;  GARLAND, GOULD AND KLEMENTOVICH

    Opening Reception: Sat, July 11 from

    OPENING RECEPTION FOR THREE ARTISTS: July 11 from 5 p.m. through 7p.m. ANNE GARLAND, a print maker and painter from Jackson, NH, opens an exhibit of New Work. Working in mixed media Garland gives new meaning to a beloved subject, Trees. The majestic pines dance and sway, shimmer and murmur under Garland's capable hand. REBECCA KLEMENTOVICH, is a painter from Bartlett, NH. Her series, Femmes Fatales, concentrates on the feminine touch in abstract art. Intense color is complimented by gentle marks and lines. The work bedazzles and beckons the viewer to have another closer look. RONNIE GOULD'S ceramic animals have been admired and loved by visitors to the gallery for many summers. A master of Raku, Gould's dogs, horses, cows and sheep (only to mention a few of the herd) have their own souls and personalities. Bears and moose have also paid a visit to the barn. Ronnie Gould lives and works in Massachusetts.