News and Updates

Art Selections for 2020: Rising Up

We are pleased to announce the 2020 Art on the Trails: Rising Up art selections, chosen by Cambridge Art administrator and public artist Hilary Zelson. The following artists will install their work at the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve on June 6 & 7. Sarah…

2019 Poetry Submissions

While I might be late in posting this, it is not a reflection on the excellence in the submissions in 2019. We received more poetry submissions than we could publish in our book and are now making them available for your enjoyment. This link is…

Art on the Trails Opening Well Attended

Despite weeks of rain, we went ahead and had the opening for this year’s exhibition on Thursday, June 20th. More than 80 people attended and walked with us through the woods to hear artists share insight into their work. We were excited to award two…

Art on the Trails Opening Postponed until Thursday, June 20.

Art on the Trails Opening Postponed until Thursday, June 20.

Due to inclement weather, the opening of Art on the Trails 2019 will take place on Thursday, June 20th from 5:30-7:30. A map of the exhibition, location and parking can be found here.

Art On the Trails Artist Selections for 2019

Art On the Trails Artist Selections for 2019

We are pleased to announce the artist selections for the 2019 Art On the Trails: Marking Territory. The exhibition is juried by Shana Dumont Garr, Curator at Fruitlands Museum. ¬† Selected artists are Anne Alexander (Windham, ME), Pedro Baptista (Hopedale), Chelsea Bradway (Southborough), Alex Calhoun, (Worcester), Marie Craig (Natick), Alicia…

Art on the Trails begins its third year.

I am pleased as ever to announce the launching of our third year of Art on the Trails.  Theme:¬†Marking¬†Territory Our theme this year is Marking Territory. While animals naturally mark their territory in the wild, human animals have their own ways of marking territory, emotionally and…

Art on the Trails in the Press

We are pleased to have been covered in several local news publications in recent weeks. Jonathan Phelps and Art Illman came out to see the show and covered it for the Metrowest Daily News: Art on the Trails returns to Southborough for second year and a fantastic…

After the Rain: An Update on Art on the Trails

This week, we hit the 2/3 mark for this year’s exhibition. Today was also a lull in the series of rain storms that put a damper on the summer sun. As always after a storm, I head over to the Preserve to see what has…

Gallery of Installations

Gallery of Installations

Art on the Trails 2018 : Unexpected Gestures

Call for Ekphrastic Poetry

Call for Ekphrastic Poetry

Come join us for a walk through Beals Preserve, where 16 regional artists have been selected to display their work with the theme Unexpected Gestures. Experience the art and then respond to it in a poem. The top 25 poems submitted will be published in the…