Open Studio - Greg Mason Burns
- January 21, 2020
Greg Mason Burns is opening his studio for the first time on Saturday, January 25th from 10am to 4pm. Burns's work revolves around emotional unknowns, and he is currently working on a project that maps an imaginary village that exists in the "understanding gap" between what the media tells us is true versus what we, the audience, understands is true. Works on display feature the people, places, things, and ideas of this imaginary "gap".
The studio is in the Fort Andross Mill in Brunswick, Maine. Directions: 14 Maine St, Brunswick. Double green doors on the left (under the Cabot Antiques sign, not under the Bangkok Garden sign). Go downstairs, and at the end of the hall turn right. I'm just down the hall on the right. 9-12am is the farmer's market, so it can get busy first thing in the morning. Park anywhere. The "reserved" signs don't matter on the weekends.
All are welcome, originals and studies may be for sale, too.
For more about his work, click here: www.gregmasonburns.com.