Hearth - Ending Elder Homelessness

The Way I See It

The Eclectic Works of Peter Phelps

The Way I See It Peter Phelps has been painting more works for Hearth ever since the end of the Open Studios Weekend in September 2008.

Over 60 new works are on display at the Diesel Cafe in Somerville, who has kindly donated their space for the event.  Proceeds from the sale of his work will benefit Hearth's work to end elder homelessness.

A reception for the show will take place on Monday, March 2nd from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Phelps's works will be on display through the end of March.

You can help promote Phelps's show by downloading and posting this flier (pdf 1.38 MB) at your school, office, or church. Bookmarks celebrating the show are also available. Email Jenny at jhibbard@hearth-home.org or call her at 617-369-1565 for more information.

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Location:

Diesel Cafe

257 Elm Street
Somerville, MA 02144

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More about Mr. Phelps and Hearth

A Second Chance at Life
VIDEO | CBS News Sunday Morning - November 30, 2008

Once Starving Artist Survives Cancer and the Street
AUDIO | WBUR - September 19, 2008

Formerly Homeless Artist Donates His Work
VIDEO | WBZ Newsradio - September 19, 2008

Art Cards featuring Phelps's artwork are available for a donation of $25.

 

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