A Space for Faith ~ Colonial Meetinghouses of New England

View from the Pulpit, Old Meeting House (1773), Sandown NH

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Space

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Faith

Colonial Meetinghouses of New England

 

Sunday, February 26, 2012

 

First Church of Christ Unitarian
725 Main St.
Lancaster, MA. 01523

2:30 PM Free Program
4:00 PM Artist Reception

PAUL WAINWRIGHT is a landscape and architectural photographer who works in a traditional manner utilizing sheet film, a large-format camera and silver gelatin printing. Based in New Hampshire, his work is included in private, corporate, and public collections, including the Boston Public Library and Museum of Fine Art. Wainwright’s images reflect an eye for space and light, subtle details, and an keen appreciation of history. Learn more at www.colonialmeetinghouses.com.  2:30 PM – A Space for Faith Paul Wainwright will share his dramatic collection of black and white photographs that capture the presence and history found in New England meetinghouses. His powerful images uncover hand crafted beauty touched only by time. 4:00 PM – Artist Reception
with Paul Wainwright
Meet the artist of a composite portrait of the town landmarks erected by local builders and master carpenters. His award-winning book,  A Space for Faith, may be purchased during the artist reception. Refreshments will be served.  

Snow date: March 4th 2012

This free program, reception and book signing is organized by The Bulfinch Fund and supported by funds from the Lancaster Cultural Council.

 Become a friend of The Bulfinch Church by making a donation on-line at www.thebulfinchfund.org or by mail at PO Box 194LancasterMA01523.
Questions?? – email info@TheBulfinchFund.org or call 978-365-5570

About The Bulfinch Fund

The Bulfinch Fund, Inc, is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of “The Bulfinch Church” – The Fifth Meeting House, a designated National Historic Landmark standing in Lancaster, Massachusetts since 1816. The Fund’s objectives are to develop resources for the preservation and restoration of this building and to foster recognition of the significance of the 19th century American architect, Charles Bulfinch, through tours and other educational programs, events and publications. The Bulfinch Fund, Inc. is legally separate from any church-related assembly.
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