HERE & NOW
(Pop up on Harrison)
During this time of crises the gallery is mounting a series of rotating exhibitions entitled REGROUPING featuring curated selections from the gallery’s eclectic stable of artists.
In additon the gallery has set-up a pop-up during the pandemic in Boston on Harrison Ave - with FREE paking.
The doors to the galleries are open. We safely welcome visitors.
A call to the gallery prior to your visit would be most appreciated in order to maintain all social distancing protocols.
The gallery also safely delivers and installs new acquisitions while following all prescribed social distancing guidelines.
The website will be updated regularly with images of available work gracing the gallery walls.
ART IS AN ESENTIAL and BEAUTIFUL NECESSITY.
HOURS CAN VARY 11-6
due to Covid-19 News
ANYTIME BY APPOINTMENT
A call to the gallery prior to your visit would be most appreciated in order to provide the space as a safe and reflective environment.
Located in Lincoln, just west of Boston, Clark Gallery is easily accessible by car or train, and an easy and short drive from Boston and Cambridge. We are surrounded by excellent destinations and we have ample free parking :-)
Our POP-UP Space is located in Boston at 460 Harrison Ave. with FREE parking.
Expand your visit to Clark Gallery and within minutes visit the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum to experience one of New England’s leading contemporary art museums; the Gropius House, Walter Gropius, founder of the German design school known as the Bauhaus, was one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century; the Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary to gain a greater understanding of a working farm and wildlife sanctuary; and Codman Farm to experience sustainable agriculture operating out of an historic barn complex in the heart of Lincoln, raising organically fed chickens, cows, goats, sheep and pigs for eggs and meat; the Minuteman National Historic Park to witness the American revolutionary spirit; or the renowned Walden Pond State Reservation for a visit to the original cabin site of Henry David Thoreau.
New Restaurants to check out when you visit:
The Twisted Tree Cafe for coffee, breakfast, lunch, and goodies.
Real for dinner and drinks.
FROM THE MASS PIKE (I 90)
Take the Mass Pike East to Route 128 North (I 95) to Exit 28 B Trapelo Road, Lincoln. *Continue on Trapelo road to stop sign. Turn Left onto Lincoln Road. Proceed until you see Mall at Lincoln Station on Right, before railroad tracks. Turn Right into parking lot. Clark Gallery is first unit facing parking lot.
FROM THE NORTH
Take Route 128 South to Exit 28, Trapelo Road, Lincoln. Follow directions from * above.
FROM THE WEST
Take Route 2 East to the intersection with lights of Route 126. Turn Right onto Route 126, past Walden Pond. Continue to left hand turn Codman Road. Take Codman to stop sign, turn Left onto Lincoln Road. Cross rail road tracks. The Mall at Lincoln Station will be immediately on your left, turn left into parking lot. Clark Gallery is the first unit facing the parking lot.
FROM THE EAST
Take Route 2 West to Route 128 South. Take Route 128 South to Exit 28, Trapelo Road, Lincoln. Follow directions from * above.
Take the Acton/Fitchburg Commuter rail to Lincoln Station. Clark Gallery is located across the parking lot.