Block-Loomis Concourse

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The Helen Jane Block and Louise Loomis Creative Connection Gallery is located in the hallway outside the Phelps Youth Pavilion. It features ongoing changing exhibitions selected with youth in mind and the “Partners Wall of Art” which is made up of nearly 200 hand-painted ceramic tiles.

Closed: Until further notice


Paul Graubard (Lenox, Massachusetts) began painting in his sixties after a personal tragedy, giving up his practice as a psychologist. He has been working fulltime as a painter ever since, he credits art with saving his well-being if not his life. Now in his eighties, Paul paints childhood stories and daydreams to celebrate life and its bounties. His favorite subjects are northern adventures circus festivities, tall tales and religious stories.

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