Join Us for our Show and Tell Critique Night

 

Sept. 19th, Oct. 17th and Nov 21st
A fun event to meet and greet other artists. Hull Artist membership is not a requirement. This is a free event. Donations welcome.

Hull 375 T-Shirt

Be the first on your block, or neighborhood, to proudly make a Hull fashion statement with this one of a kind t-shirt celebrating the founding of Hull 375 years ago.

Join Hull Artists!

Seeking a way to connect with fellow artists?
Inspired to support the Arts in your community?
Want to meet new friends?

Meet our Artists

We are proud to have so many talented artists.

As you explore our artists, youโ€™ll see that they represent a wide array of creative disciplines.

See What's Happening at HA

You’ll find our Open Studios, Exhibits, Classes and Workshops and more!

Hull Artists promotes locally produced fine art and crafts, and Hull as a seaside arts destination, through exhibits, workshops, partnerships, events, and a year-round gallery for the benefit of artists, visitors and residents of the town and region.

The Artist Corner

Would you like to teach a course?

Hull Artist Members are invited to teach classes and workshops at Gallery!

Need to create or update your artist bio?

We provide you with the details and you can submit them online.

We appreciate your donations!

Help make Hull beautiful while enriching your community with a contribution to the arts!

Become a Gallery Artist

Want to have your art available at the Nantasket Gallery Find out about the opportunity to showcase and sell your work as a Seasonal Artists.

Hull 375 T-Shirt

Be the first on your block, or neighborhood, to proudly make a Hull fashion statement with this one of a kind t-shirt celebrating the founding of Hull 375 years ago.These t-shirts will not be available again for another 375 years, so if you want one you must act now.

Become a Member!

Whatever your reason, we welcome new members. Hull Artistsโ€™ membership is comprised predominantly of artists.

However, we also have patrons who contribute to the organization in multiple ways.

We are pleased to welcome both types of membership. We have a range of membership options available for artists, patron members, and volunteers.

Upcoming Events

Tue 19

Constant Contact Member Training

November 19 @ 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Tue 19

Board of Directors Meeting

November 19 @ 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Thu 21

Show and Tell Critique Night

November 21 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sat 23

4th Floor Artists-Rockland Open Studios

November 23 @ 12:00 PM - November 24 @ 5:00 PM

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3 weeks ago

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We can't wait to see them!My fall ๐ŸŽจ is out! Stayed tuned....Many new works in progress. Heres a Sneak peek at one @larawilliamsfineart #larawilliamsfineart #encausticart #encausticpainter #workingwithwax #landscape painting # landscapeart #landscapeartist #landscapepainter #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #contemporarypainting #abstractart #abstractartist #abstractlandscapes #abstractpainting #hullmaartist #hullma #fieldofdreams #artistininstagram #artistoninstagram #art #fallpaintings #falllandscapes #falllandscapepainting #fallpalette ... See MoreSee Less

We cant wait to see them!

3 weeks ago

Hull Artists

Kim Draper's polymer clay jewelry and mobiles are on display at Gallery Nantasket. She's one of 25 artists in the Fall Collection.Gallery Nantasket is having a reception on Friday evening between 6 and 8. My mobiles and jewelry are there and 75% of my proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders
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Kim Drapers polymer clay jewelry and mobiles are on display at Gallery Nantasket.  Shes one of 25 artists in the Fall Collection.

4 weeks ago

Hull Artists

Sheila Connor and Colleen MacDonald display their paintings and fiber art at the Hull Town Hall, fall 2019. ... See MoreSee Less

Sheila Connor and Colleen MacDonald display their paintings and fiber art at the Hull Town Hall, fall 2019.

1 month ago

Hull Artists

With great sadness we respectfully acknowledge the death of Trish Turner. Her obituary follows:

Boston-born artist, Trish Turner, lost her battle with cancer on October 16, 2019. From a young age in Canton, to her final days in Hull, she delighted in and interpreted the visual world onto thousands of colorful canvases

Trish graduated magnum cum laude from Framingham State College in 1974 with a double major in Fine Art Studio and Art History. Since then, she has kept her art alive with many continuing education classes. In the late '70s she interned at both the Richmond Art Center and the San Francisco Museum of Art in California. While there, she also created promotional posters for nightclubs and โ€œNew Waveโ€ bands.

Upon returning to Boston she began working in amateur video production, shooting live musical performances and other nightclub events. This work led her to more formal training in video production. An internship at Boston Post Productions in 1990 involved a decade of scenic painting, styling, propping, and set-dressing. Styling credits include, among others, Jordan Marsh, Neiman Marcus, Elizabeth Grady, and Ports International. More recently her talents have adorned the windows of Wellspring Multi-service Center in Hull where she worked for 16 years. As a scenic painter, Trish freelanced for several production and theatre companies including ART, Emerson Theatre, The Wang, and The Huntington Theatre. As Assistant Charge for Mystic Scenic Studio, she designed and painted sets for the Boston Ballet, Big Apple Circus, Disney World, Disney Cruise Lines, Childrenโ€™s Hospital, Museum of Fine Arts, and others. In addition, she styled corporate sets for many companies, including Lotus, Digital, EMC, Coors, Talbots, Honda, and Sheraton Hotels.

For the past twenty years, Trish lived in Hull where she focused on her own work. During that time, she exhibited at the Hull Lifesaving Museum, Hull Artists Gallery, Simply Smiths in Cohasset, and the South Street Gallery in Hingham. Trish also participated in many Open Studio Tours in Hull. Trish enjoyed painting and teaching with her โ€œEn Plein Airโ€ students and continued her own studies of pastel and acrylic painting at the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset. Her work is on display in numerous private collections in Hull and beyond.

Trish is predeceased by her parents Virginia and Patrick Turner of Canton and sister, Judy Page of Jamestown, North Carolina. She is survived by her sisters, Deb Annese (and husband Joe) of Scituate, and Ginny Turner of Centerville. Trish loved her many nieces: Melanie Legge (Bryan) and Angela Kelley (Gene) both of Scituate, Jessica Page of Ohio, and Lillian Lowe of Boston; nephews: Ian Lowe of Centerville and Zack Lowe (Tara) of Brighton; and grand-nieces Maddy, Marion, Macie, and Ruby and nephew Patrick. Finally, Trish leaves her large family of friends in Hull who supported her so lovingly through her final battle.

Arrangements will be provided by MacDonald Funeral Home, Marshfield. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at St. Nicholas United Methodist Church in Hull Village at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, October 21, 2019. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hull Seaside Animal Rescue, Hull Life-Saving Museum, or Wellspring Multi-Service Center in Hull. Interment will be private.
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Rest in Peace Trish....you were flawless in my eyes. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’”

Shine on, you will remain a positive influential force!

Always supporting other artists. You will be so missed! Rest in Eternal Peace beautiful Trish. ๐Ÿ•Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ•Š

Her kindness and generosity will be remembered.

We will miss you Trish. ๐Ÿ˜”โค๏ธ

RIP my friend, you will be missed.

So sorry to read this. She was COOL!

Such a loss.

Blessings

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Hello Everyone My piece Forest in Bloom which was selected to be in the Blanche Ames National Juried Art Exhibition at The Ames Mansion located in No. Easton, MA is now available for viewing/purchase at Gallery Nantasket Hull, MA. The dimensions are 12" x 24" Encaustic w/Mixed Media. It is shown here as published in the 2019 BANJAE Catalog. gallerynantasket larawilliamsfineart #larawilliamsfineart #encausticart #encausticpainter #workingwithwax #landscape painting # landscapeart #landscapeartist #landscapepainter #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #contemporarypainting #abstractart #abstractartist #abstractlandscapes #abstractpainting #hullmaartist #hullma #fieldofdreams #artistininstagram #artistoninstagram #art #encausticmixedmedia #gallerynantasket ...

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