Just as God created each of us, we are invited to co-create with God throughout our lives.  This may be why God gave some people the gifts of creativity, artistic talent, and a passion for making art.  The arts council helps Trinity church to be a place where those who have been created as artists in the world may showcase their work, and where the whole community can benefit by having access to  great art.  New art shows are hung every few months in our parish hall and adjoining hallways.  

Art can be viewed Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 5 pm, and on Fridays after 12 Noon to 5 pm, as well as following church services on Sundays. Please use the River Street entrance.

CURRENT SHOW

The Space Between

Two artists, George Middleton and Lauren Middleton, two successive generations, grew up in the pastoral beauty of Concord. Together they have collaborated for an art exhibit, to be shown at Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord, to celebrate their special bond as artists – and their special bond as father and daughter.

FUTURE SHOW

On display March 1 through May 1. There will be an opening reception with the artist on Saturday, March 11 from 3 to 5 pm.

Above Boston

“Above Boston” is an exhibit of aerial and skyline photographs by Steve Dunwell, featuring images taken from helicopters, rooftops, decks, piers, and bridges. As a long-term resident of Boston with a deep interest and affection for this great city, Dunwell has made a career of creating interesting, unusual, and dramatic urban views. His color photographs capture the special moments and atmospheric effects that come with our seasons. Living in the center of Boston, he has unique local access to many urban viewpoints and can return to favorites frequently. Enthralled with the sky and clouds, he uses aerial views to reveal the urban landscape. Steve makes photographs of our locale – its people, landscape, history, and industry – for publications, for collectors, and for advertising. Many of his images are featured in a series of fourteen picture books on regional subjects, including Extra-ordinary Boston. He is also the proprietor of Back Bay Press, which publishes his work in books such as Boston Freedom Trail, a perennial best-seller. His photographs are part of the collections at the Boston Athenaeum, the Museum of Textile History, and numerous corporations.