A beautiful exhibit Special Needs Arts program, Inc. called PicassoMe
has been installed at Cambridge Trust
Cambridge Trust, 1690 Mass Ave, in Lexington.
Created by our Special Artists, they made a Picasso portrait of themselves.
Picasso was a great artist who lived in 20 century (1881- 1973). He presented his artwork through many styles and some are Cubism, Surrealism and Expressionism. He used variety of colors to express his subjects. His colors are exciting and vibrant especially in Cubism style where he was focused on using geometrical shapes, shapes edges, to represent his amazing ideas. This portrait is reflection on Cubism period.
While you are at Cambridge Trust, pick up a box of our “Quiet Winter Night” notecards for $15. These SNAP offerings help celebrate peace, winter and Moon Glow! There are five image choices. Each box comes with one image of each card and envelopes. The cards are blank and waiting for your message and all proceeds support programing in the arts and music for people with disabilities in the Lexington community and surrounding towns.
Special Exhibits Within the Community are planned and exhibited to show the Achievements of our Artists.
Cards may also be purchased on our website: www.snaparts.org
and locally picked up at Cambridge Trust or mailed to you.