Art on the Trail in Hopkinton Features Two Upton Artists


Art along the trail – photo by Theresa Herendeen

Art on Trail Show thru September 26

The public is invited to enjoy Art on the Trail along the Hopkinton Center Trail.. As you walk the trail you can view nine new sculpture installations created by residents of Hopkinton and nearby towns including Lauren Scheuer, and Cathy Weaver Taylor of Upton. Some of the projects were produced with the help of community groups such as the Michael Lisnow Respite Center, the Senior Center, Serenity House, and the Girl Scouts, with others contributed by individual artists. The exhibition will be on display through September 26.

On September 19 at 2 p.m. more than 20 poets will read poems inspired by the artwork displayed along the Art on the Trail exhibit.

This exhibition is made possible through a collaboration of the Upper Charles Trail Committee, Hopkinton Center for the Arts, the Hopkinton Area Land Trust, sculptor Michael Alfano, Cheryl Perreault, and Polly Brown. Please join us in celebrating the arts in Hopkinton at the inaugural Art on the Trail exhibition!

You can find the entrance to the trail across the street from Hopkinton Lumber.


Lauren Scheuer  of Upton

Cathy Weaver Taylor of Upton

Geri Holland and the women of Serenity House

Carol Mecagni and Senior Center sculptures

Cathy Howe and Peter Glenn, with the help Respite Center residents

Sherri Galego and Robin Bathchelder with Local Girl Scout Troop 85290 and Golden Pond residents

Virginia Fitzgerald

Michael Alfano


Marilyn Rea Beyer, Emily Mlčák, Bonnie Bishop, Violet Mlčák,Tom Driscoll, Jaclyn Perreault, Brian Forsythe, Trish Perry, Cynthia Franca, Michael Porter, Mary S. Green, Carla Schwartz, Rebekah Hoffman, Con Squires, Jeanne Kelley, Sherri Stepakoff, Trisha Knudsen, Marji Touzjian, Peter LaGoy, and Meg Tyler. Their poems will be published in an online chapbook viewing at

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