A collection of pieces by Bryan Shea, a Brewster resident, will be on display at the Saturday afternoon.
The exhibit runs from noon to 2 p.m. The studio is located on Main Street.
Curator Erin Meagher provided the following information:
At an early age Bryan Shea had an interest in drawing and painting. In 1970, at the age of 13, he won first prize in painting at the annual Long Island Teachers Association Show. He did his undergraduate work at Brandeis University, studying with Paul Georges and later became his assistant. In 1986, Bryan was working with the sculptor Penelope Jencks. She introduced him to George Nick, from whom he received valuable advice. In 1988 and 1996 he received grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Bryan's works have been seen at the Currier Gallery of Art, in Manchester New Hampshire, the First Street Gallery in New York City, the Creiger Dane Gallery, in Boston, the Northern Westchester Art Center in Mount Kisco, The Schoolhouse Gallery in Croton Falls, The Garrison Art Center, the Vogel Gallery in Danbury (CT) and in many private homes throughout the area. He was included in the Refiguring the Figure juried by Helen Cooper, the curator of American Art at Yale University. Bryan has been featured in several publications including the Concord Journal and American Artist Magazine. He currently paints and resides in the Village of Brewster.