Date Of Visit: May 31, 2017
Location: Behind Joane Cornell Jewelry Store (63 Church St, Lenox, MA)
Hours: Art is available for viewing 24 hours
Cost: Free to view (unless you want to buy something)
Parking: Free street parking is available on Church St (although it may have time limits). There is also a parking lot on Franklin St that you may use for short term parking.
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes
Highlights: Variety of unique art and decorative items made by New England artist Tom Fiorini
Website: Tom Fiorini – Sculptor
You interested in a doghouse covered with license plates? (dogs sold separately)
How about a some carved fish? (at least you don’t need to feed them or buy a tank for them)
Perhaps you’re looking for boat? I’m just not sure if she is sea-worthy.
Tucked away behind the Joane Cornell Jewelry store at 63 Church St, Lenox, MA (at least for now), Tom Fiorino’s art, sculptures and other unique items offer an unusual brand of decorative items.
Tom Fiorini is not your orthodox artist. He works mainly with metals and often times his choice of tool is a chainsaw. Much of his art is made of normal, everyday materials reshaped and manufactured into a completely different.
Tom’s signs, with their offbeat slogans and designs, may be the highlight of his collection.
Tom also uses his creativity to make his art and create arrtful designs.
I don’t know about you but sometimes I could really use this really big bottle of wine.
Other miscellaneous works of art are scattered around the lawn.
As you can see by his art, Tom has a great sense of humor.
Also, his prices may be negotiable based on the sign below.
For now, Tom’s work can be viewed at the address listed above on Church St. I am not sure where he stores his sculptures during the winter season. You can contact him at his website listed above for more information. Below is more information about him and his art.
Keeping with today’s theme of outdoor art, today’s New England featured link is the deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum in Lincoln, MA. I’ve yet to go there. But, it is definitely on my list.