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Three Stones Gallery

115 Commonwealth Ave.
West Concord, MA 01742
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Three Stones Gallery presents established and emerging artists working locally, regionally and nationally. The gallery features contemporary fine art including oils, acrylics, photographs, works on paper, sculpture and mixed media. The gallery also carries handmade rice paper lampshades, hand-turned wooden vessels and one-of-a-kind jewelry, all created by local artists. New shows open every eight weeks. Whether it’s a first piece or an addition to an evolving collection, our knowledgeable staff works with each client to select artwork that speaks to their personal aesthetic of color, medium and subject matter. We also collaborate with design professionals to select and commission artwork that will enhance spaces in residential and corporate settings. For more information on our artists and shows, please visit our website or contact the gallery.  

Gallery owner: Jennifer Montgomery Johnston
Hours: Monday – Friday 10-6; Sat 10-5.  

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boston design guide
GALLERY EVENT: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 7:00 pm Join us for a special evening at the gallery featuring talks by artists in Three Stones Gallery's current show, "Views from the East": MARGARET RACK, a sculptor whose mixed media installations are inspired by Cambodian "floating homes"; NAN HASS FELDMAN, a painter inspired by Japanese landscapes and culture; YARY LIVAN, a traditional Cambodian ceramics...
Valentine's Day gifts
Unique gift ideas to dazzle and delight your Valentine… Toast your enduring love with Christofle’s red crystal champagne flutes. The GRAPHIK line has a contemporary flair and celebratory vibe. $190.   Etched with hearts, flowers and phrases like “Je t’Aime,” Christofle’s silver plated GRAFFITI tray will appeal to the younger set as well as pop art devotees, and can be used as a display or...
Views from the East show at Three Stones Gallery
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 27 6:30-8:30pm Three Stone Gallery unveils its winter show "Views from the East." Curated by Jennifer M. Johnston and Shelley Drake Hawks, this new exhibit showcases the works of Yary Livan, one of the few master ceramists to have survived the Cambodian genocide of the 1970s. “Views from the East” also features paintings, photography, miniatures and mixed...