Meet the Artists, Check Out the Shop
Join us for open sessions and a chance to meet the artists and purchase their wares.
Babe's Basement Craft Emporium
Jason Hancock has created works using a variety of mediums and surfaces including plaster, oil paint, watercolor, repurposed materials such as road signs and globes, as well as cigar boxes and rearview mirrors to name a few.
Come visit the Center to purchase one of his works!
A main objective for Jason has always been to give the viewer a unique and singular experience so that they may feel the joy, excitement, and surprises that are crucial to his process. Art is communication and Jason wishes to present a dialogue with the viewer to bring a new open-mindedness and broader perspective to people's lives.
Jason’s recent work has been to explore through abstraction personal and psychological issues such as mental health awareness, our addiction prone culture, how to deal and heal from his own past to live a more present, attentive life, and how to keep making art in a world where it is so often under-valued.
Jason Hancock grew up in North Attleboro, holds a B.A. and a B.F.A. having attended Cleveland Institute of Art, Wheaton College (Norton), and The School of the Museum of Fine arts, Boston. He currently lives in Plainville, MA.
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Located at Grace Church,104 North Washington St., North Attleboro, MA
Parking on the street or available at the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, No. Attleboro
If there are funeral services, with the night services starting around 4pm or 5pm, then parking is NOT allowed.
Thank you to Sperry & McHoul for supporting The Center.
Walk up the left side of driveway and access the Center's Red Door.
Come in and visit!
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