The Red Fence Gallery

The Beverly Arts District (BAD) Committee seeks submissions from artists on a rolling basis to install public art at the Red Fence Gallery. The Gallery is located outdoors on a piece of red fence between Atomic Café (268 Cabot Street) and the Lindsey Building (266 Cabot Street).  The fence is approximately 5’ x 4’ and we encourage you to visit it before you submit your application.

The goals of the Red Fence Gallery are to showcase creative talent in a high-traffic area, to add to the public art scene in Beverly and to entertain visitors as they stroll past the mural. The Gallery was launched in 2016 and has had 5 installations to date, four of which were paintings done right on the fence and one which was created offsite, framed and hung on the fence.

Installations are made possible by a grant from the Beverly Cultural Council and funding by Beverly Main Streets.

Here are photos of prior installations: