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Hammond Residential and Canvas Fine Arts and Masterpiece Framing & Fine Art Gallery Present an Art Exhibition: The World We Live In

by Julie Walker
Wednesday Sep 3, 2014

The Hammond Residential Real Estate office located in the ATELIER 505 building, at 505 Tremont Street in Boston's South End, is pleased to present an exhibit in conjunction with Canvas Fine Arts & Masterpiece Framing & Fine Art Gallery: The World We Live In, from September 2014 through December 2014. The exhibition will feature select works by artists Beth Barry, Gloria Bernstein, Anna Comella, Tally Forbes, Gloria King Merritt, Robert Hickox, Matthias Lupri, Matt McKee, and Randi Siu. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 18 from 6-8 P.M., at which time the artists will be present to discuss their works. Most of the artwork exhibited will also be available for purchase.

Suzanne Schultz began Canvas Fine Arts in Acton, MA as a small gallery seven years ago and now represents some 50 artists which include painters, sculptors, and photographers. Now she works from her South End home helping her clients gain exposure through her networking while selecting innovative venues to showcase their work. Her artists are shown not only in galleries and museums, but restaurants, Boston's City Hall, retail and furniture stores, and hotel lobbies. She has teamed with Keith Whitmore, owner of Masterpiece Framing & Fine Art Gallery, located in the Boston Design Center, where interior decorators and their clients have direct access to her artists as well as professional framing services. Keith began as an artist and worked in mechanical drawing, graphic and logo design, and woodworking and carpentry before finding his passion in framing.

Throughout its twenty-two year history, Hammond Residential Real Estate has made the visual and performing arts the primary focus of its corporate philanthropy. "We believe in giving back to the communities that we serve through free events focused on the many local artists who make Boston such an exciting and vibrant place to live," stated Hammond Senior Vice President Dave Stenberg. "In addition to our fine arts exhibits in our South End, Hingham, and Hull offices, we also sponsor a series of free chamber music concerts that highlight the talents of emerging performers," he said.

Hammond Residential is headquartered in Chestnut Hill, and has three Boston locations and fourteen suburban branch offices. The company reports over two billion dollars in sales volume annually, ranking in sales volume among the top 500 firms in the United States, and as the sixth-highest in mean average sales price and the ninth-highest in sales volume per sales associate. Hammond is well-known as the publisher of the region's finest magazines featuring local properties for sale, and is an independently owned and operated franchise company within the Real Living Real Estate franchise network.

To learn more, please visit www.HammondRE.com.

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