First Friday featuring local artist John DiCocco

The Plymouth Antiquarian Society is proud to participate in First Fridays Plymouth, an initiative highlighting arts and culture in the Plymouth Bay Cultural District. On the first Friday of every month (May through October) from 5 to 8 PM, one of our historic house museums will be open for free mini tours.

This month we invite you to see new art in historic spaces! Local artist John DiCocco will be displaying his abstract paintings in the Hedge House Museum.

About the Artist 
John DiCocco is a painter living in Plymouth. Along with a career as a writer and creative director, his education includes art studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He’s a member of the Art Society of Pinehills and the Plymouth Center for the Arts.

John’s abstract style involves use of vivid primary and secondary colors. His unusual images are produced with tools including pasta cutters and dowels as well as traditional brushes and palette knives. He favors acrylics for their brightness and speed of drying so he can layer color upon color. His work is in the homes and offices of numerous collectors.

Entry into this special opening will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the small size of the rooms, visitors may be asked to wait outside until space is available for them to enter. Thank you in advance for your patience!