The Duxbury Art Association features art exhibitions in the Lillian & Ture Bengtz gallery on the first floor and the Bobbie Cutler gallery on the second floor of the Ellison Center for the Arts. We schedule shows throughout year that explore a wide variety of themes and mediums.  Our exhibition registration is open to all artists with the one exception of our Midsummer Art show, which is the annual Duxbury Art Association member show held during the summer.


Mandy Fariello and Jenny Kelley

Mandy Fariello’s art encompasses bright colors, textures, and layers to be excavated. After many years of concentrating on collage and mailart, she has recently shifted her focus to mixed media abstract painting. She is a juried artist in The Russell Gallery in Plymouth and has won numerous local awards. Mandy has Duxbury ties reaching back to the 1600’s and has been living in town for the past 26 years.

Jenny Kelley received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2005. She specializes in floral still life and is passionate about painting from life observation. An award-winning artist, Jenny is a member of the Copley Society of Art, a Signature Member of American Women Artists, and a very proud member of the Duxbury Art Association. Jenny moved to Duxbury with her husband in 2015.

Both are artists who volunteer their time and energy to the inner workings of Duxbury Art Association.

For additional information or to purchase art from this show, please email

Past Shows:



The Duxbury Art Association will be hosting the Annual Member's Show of the Duxbury Camera Club in the Ture Bengtz gallery of the Ellison Center for the Arts.  The Show will be on display April 12 - June 8, Monday through Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm and Saturdays 10:00am - 2:00pm. An opening reception will be held on April 25, 6:00pm - 8:oopm.  Light refreshments will be served and all are welcome.











Second Chances

George Morgan, Abyss

All artists with work NOT ACCEPTED in the WJS are invited to submit one work into this new Gallery show.  No fee, one work per artist, no work from any artists whose work was accepted.  Up to 60 entries.  Registration for Second Chances will occur during artwork pick up on Friday, January 22, 10am – 4pm at the Ellison Center for the Arts and Saturday, January 23, 10am – 12 pm at the Ellison Center for the Arts.