ArtBeat: Abstracts and Frogs @ The Berkshire Museum

Charles Thomas O'Neil: 2568 (on the left) and a nattily colored frog (on the right)

Charles Thomas O'Neil: 2568 (on the left) and a nattily colored frog (on the right)

This Sunday, November 1 is the last day to see two colorful exhibits at The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield.

Frogs: A Chorus of Color is an exhibit of live, colorful frogs from all over the world. (Fun fact: frogs don’t drink – most absorb all their water through their skin.)

Also closing on Sunday is Color and Form: The Language of Abstract Art which examines the work of contemporary artists Charles Thomas O’Neill and Chuck Webster, along with selections from the permanent collection.

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