Hours & Admission

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Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 10am – 5pm.


Admission is free. Donations are always appreciated.

(Our main gallery may not be open between exhibits, please call for information: 508-222-2644)


Location: We are located in Downtown Attleboro, MA – across from Attleboro City Hall at 86 Park Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts, 02703

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Parking: Please park in our free lot on the Emory Street side of the Museum and enter the Museum through the Emory Street doors.  You can access this parking lot by turning right off of Park Street onto Morey Street (just past the Museum).  Make a left turn into our lot at the corner of Morey and Emory Streets.

Groups Tours: We welcome groups of visitors.  Please call to learn more about special group tours for schools and community organizations.  (508) 222-2644 x15.

The Attleboro Arts Museum is wheelchair and stroller accessible.



From 95 North:
Exit 3 to Rt. 123
Turn right onto Rt. 123 to downtown Attleboro. Turn right onto Park Street at the main intersection downtown. Go under the stone railroad bridge and through next traffic light. The Museum is on left at 86 Park Street, across from City Hall. Parking and our entrance are located around the back of the building.

From 95 South:
Exit 5 to Rt. 152 South.
Turn left at end of exit ramp to intersection of Rt. 152. Turn right onto Rt. 152, Traveling into Attleboro.  Follow directions below.

From Rt. 152 South:
Traveling into Attleboro, go to Attleboro Center.  At the intersection of Routes 123 and 152 turn left at the lights onto Park Street. (123 East). Go under the stone railroad bridge and straight through the next traffic light. Museum is on the left. Parking and our entrance are located around the back of the building.

MBTA Commuter Line: Take the Providence/Stoughton Commuter Line train to Attleboro Station.  The Attleboro Arts Museum is conveniently located a few blocks away from the Station (just a 10 minute stroll to the Museum).


Community Gallery

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The Community Gallery is located in the lobby of the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Emory Street entrance.  For over a decade the Museum has been pleased to offer this prominent gallery space as an exhibition opportunity for both promising and professional artist members. By showcasing one or more member artist(s) per month, the Community Gallery maximizes the exposure of unique art and contact with Museum viewers. Artworks on display are new works that are currently being produced within the exhibiting artist’s portfolios.

To learn more about exhibition opportunities in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Community Gallery contact office@attleboroartsmuseum.org or 508-222-2644 x15.





Community Gallery

A Digital Art Series by Debra Maher

Exhibition: September 4th – 28th, 2019 

Museum Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat from 10am-5pm



Artist Statement

Nature exhilarates Debra’s Maher’s imagination with all the colors, shapes and patterns it has to offer. For this particular series, she focused on her visit to Yellowstone National Park as inspiration.  The time of year is early autumn with color of deep yellows and golds, bold greens, rich reds and burnt umber offset by splashes of unexpected turquoise.  The patterns are often small and intricate, especially when set against environmental shapes that are expansive and at times otherworldly.


“As I experience a place, I take photos and make mental notes about what has sparked my imagination. Then I sketch with pencil on paper to understand the natural forms, as well as the essence of what it is I wish to capture.  When it comes to creating the actual piece, I pick up my stylus and Wacon tablet to begin ‘painting’ digitally. As I work, I’m thinking about the marks I’m making and how I make those marks when I use traditional media, such as pastel and gouache. It’s a combination of both traditional and digital that I look to embrace.  Working digitally while thinking traditionally allows me to be more expressive and less constrained; as it is expressiveness over realistic depiction that I hope to achieve.”

– Debra Maher




Southeastern Massachusetts-based illustrative designer Debra Maher loves to be outdoors—taking photos and making notes of what has visually caught her eye. Back in her studio, she sketches to form a visual dialogue of shape, pattern and color; from which she interprets into a graphic representation of her inspiration that is fueled by a strong affinity for printmaking and surface design.


A designer for over 25 years, Debra naturally gravitates to digital media, using a Wacom tablet and stylus to create her artwork. All the while, she remains keenly aware of her mark-making when using traditional media. It is the combination of working digitally while thinking traditionally that she ultimately embraces, with a final outcome that begs the question, “what medium is that?” 



Image: “Lupine,” Digital art
























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