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May 16, 2024
Each year botanical painter Chris Graebner is more enthralled by the flowers around her. "Last month I was given a bouquet of home-grown Ranunculus and watched them open like an Elizabethan ruff.

Apr 14, 2024
To 'strike a chord' is defined as evoking an emotional response," according to artist Catharine Carter.

Mar 18, 2024
In conjunction with the town of Hillsborough's initiative for addressing climate change, the gallery's show features artworks celebrating the earth.

Feb 08, 2024
In 2013 the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts began an annual show highlighting the work of a local writer by responding visually to his or her work.

Dec 30, 2023
Beginning on January 7th, the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts will present an invitational show of new work by 12 former members of the gallery. Some of these artists were recent members, while others were with us in the more distant past.

Nov 04, 2023
Members of the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts present their annual holiday show, The Art of Giving, from November 14th through December 31st with an Opening Reception on November 24th from 6 - 9pm.

Oct 16, 2023
2023 marks the 29th year for the Orange County Artists Guild's Annual Open Studio Tour.

Sep 18, 2023
Beginning September 26th, Ellie Reinhold, Pat Merriman and Lynn Wartski display new work in a show they've titled "Reciprocus."

Aug 11, 2023
From the Mind's Eye, highlighting the work of artists Chris Graebner, Marcy Lansman and Pringle Teetor, will be on display at the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts from August 22 - September 24, with a reception in the gallery on Friday, August 25th from...

Jul 15, 2023
A new show, Little Treasures, highlights the work of Nell Chandler, Ellie Snow and Evelyn Ward, on display at the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts from July 25 through August 20, with a reception in the gallery on Friday, July 28 from 6-9pm.


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